CriminalReports.com Adds Anti-Scam Section To Their Website

November 8, 2013

Initiative comes because of customer concerns about scams.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 08, 2013

CriminalReports.com is going to create a special section of their website dedicated to helping people avoid scam artists, the company said yesterday.

“As a new company, we are still trying to get a handle on what people want from us,” a CriminalReports.com spokesman said. “So we've been looking at our social media channels and talking to the people who staff our phone bank. They tell us that people are asking about what they can do to avoid scam artists. Since we want to help our customers, this seems like a logical thing to do.”

Once people have created an account on CriminalReports.com, they will able to sign in and access the anti-scam portion of the website, he said.

“What it will do is outline the most common types of scam artists out there and explain how they operate,” he said. “Then it will tell people what they can do to get these people out of their lives before they become a scam victim. It will be a very honest and direct part of our website.”

CriminalReports.com, which was just launched in October, is being used by customers to figure out if new people in their lives are scam artists, he said.

“People are worried that strangers are out to scam them, and they want every bit of protection possible,” he said. “Using our reports and reading our guide should give them the scam protection they are looking for.”

About CriminalReports.com:

CriminalReports.com is an online source for public records that specializes in delivering the most comprehensive background reports in North America. Generating hundreds of customers daily, CriminalReports.com prides itself on providing the highest degree of customer service and report accuracy. Visit CriminalReports.com today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-216-1827, or email Manager(at)CriminalReports(dot)com with any questions or concerns.

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