Domestic background checks usually center around preemptive intentions.  Prenuptial agreements, the marriage of a child to someone questionable, and personal engagements with others are all good reasons to conduct background checks.  When you call in and request a background check, your investigator will ask you several questions; trying to determine the area within which to concentrate the search.

Our services include, but are not limited to:

Criminal Search

* Four Searches in One

* Metro County Search - Gives the most current charges from misdemeanors to felonies as well as warrants.

* State Search - This is an arrest record that the individual may have incurred. 

* Department of Corrections Search - This verifies any time the individual may have spent incarcerated and any type parole they     might hve incurred.

* Federal Criminal Search - Federal criminal records are not available at the county or state level.  The primary charges at this level are fraud, weapons, drugs, interstate and white collar crimes.

Social Security Search

An individual's social security number is his or her fingerprints - the number follows them wherever they go or whatever they do.

Legally, a person is issued only one social security number.

A social security search will attempt to match and return information on that person and their social security number.

The information will include:

* verification of the social security number

* Person or people for whom the social security number was issued

* The date it was issued

* Current address

* Addresses for the last five to seven years

* Current place of employment

* Any aka (also known as)

* Any additional social security numbers the individual may be using or has used

Motor Vehicle Records Search

A poor driving record may be a sign of trouble.  For people driving company vehicles, it is imperative to know past driving records.

Motor vehicle driving records contain information from state driving records for a period of three to five years.

The date it was issued

Worker's Compensation Claim Search

To reveal if someone has filed past worker's compensation claims, we search information and provide details including.

* Case Number

* Date of incident

* Status of Claim

* Type of Injury

* Employer at Time of Incident

To order the worker's compensation search, the applicant needs to sign a notarized waiver and his or her:

* Full Name

* Date of Birth

* Social Security Number

Education Verification

We will verify academic credentials for all types of positions such as date of graduation and degree acquired.  Verification of professional license and current standing.

Employment Verification

Verifies the dates of employment, job title, wages, performance and eligibility for rehire, if possible.