Unlimited Background Search Now Available in Your Local Library through AtoZdatabases.com

February 11, 2014

Library patrons can conduct background searches completely free, exclusively at AtoZdatabases.com.

Omaha, NE (PRWEB) February 11, 2014

AtoZdatabases is the premier provider of job search, reference and marketing databases for libraries, academic institutions and government agencies. Users of AtoZdatabases can now conduct free, unlimited background searches for over 220 million people nationwide through LocateAmerica.com.

The background search feature is available to library patrons without the fees of traditional background search websites. The application enables patrons to search candidates before hiring for positions like nannies, lawn care providers, housekeepers and more. Institutions and even libraries can utilize the feature before hiring volunteers and interns. Through LocateAmerica.com, library patrons can create a background search using criteria like:

  •     Person Search
  •     Telephone Search
  •     Property Search
  •     Business/Corporation Search

“Businesses can spend up to $2,000 a year to obtain background information on their vendors, partners, investors and new customers,” says president of AtoZdatabases, Rakesh Gupta, “now there is no need to spend thousands when you can find this information for free though your local library.”

AtoZdatabases offers users many services including job search, resume templates, 15 million executive emails and quality data for over 30 million businesses and executives. Now with unlimited background searches powered by LocateAmerica.com, AtoZdatabases continues to provide small business owners, entrepreneurs, job seekers and students with the most accurate reference, marketing and job search databases in the nation.

To try a free 30 day trial of AtoZdatabases.com call 877-428-0101 or email sales(at)atozdatabases(dot)com for more information.

About: AtoZdatabases, powered by DatabaseUSA.com, is a leading provider of search, reference and marketing databases for public libraries, academic institutions and government agencies across the United States.

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