What does YOUR national criminal background check say?

Are you worried about how your national criminal background check appears to future employers? Running a criminal records search may be a good idea before you begin applying for a new job, or seeking new employment. A licensed private investigator can assist you with your criminal record search, as well as expunging certain information before it is viewed by others.

Have you ever wondered what, exactly, appears on your national criminal background check, but you're concerned it might be expensive to find out? A national criminal records search can be a worthwhile investment. This is especially true if you are planning to begin a new job search or are getting ready to change professions, since many companies perform background checks on potential employees before completing the hiring process. The item lurking in the shadows of your background - some of which you may not even be aware of - could be very damaging to your potential employment prospects as well as other areas of your life.

Run a criminal records search on yourself so you know where you stand

Criminal records searches are becoming a more popular way for employees to weed out applicants. A national criminal background check can be used to screen babysitters, home repair providers, caregivers, as well as their future spouses or significant others! If there is something on your national criminal background check that didn't get cleared up the way you were told it would be, or an erroneous record has landed there as the result of identity theft or fraud, you could lose a potential job for no reason. It can wind up being a very clear case of what you don't know CAN hurt you.

A national criminal background check, performed by a licensed private investigator, will provide you with an extremely detailed report of what your record reveals, from minor infractions to serious felonies. It is a very affordable process. If you have a criminal record, it will include the details of each incident, including dates, court locations, case numbers, and dispositions. The licensed investigator will treat your situation with the utmost respect and confidentiality, and will dig as deeply and thoroughly as possible to provide you with accurate data.

Be wary of large criminal records search firms

Be very careful when using large criminal records search firms to complete your query. They often deal with such large volume that they can easily turn up an erroneous criminal background check and pass it off as yours. When you use Linked Investigations, we work closely with you to ensure the records are a match. We can also assist you with expunging your records if possible, or with removing erroneous information from your criminal record immediately so it can't be held against you.

Make sure there are no skeletons in your closet and get a copy of own national criminal background check. You will know exactly what information others have access to, which will allow you to be prepared the next time you fill out a job application or begin to date someone who doesn't know your history.

Mike Garroutte, owner of Linked Investigations, has provided complete national criminal background checks for more than 30 years. He has worked with employers, as well as prospective employees, to perform accurate criminal records searches. Contact us today to see what your criminal records search says about you!

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July 1, 2013
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