WarrantChecks.org Launches to Provide Customers With Information About People Wanted by the Law
The new site allows people to search local, state, and federal active warrants.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 08, 2013
WarrantChecks.org is a new site that was launched to help people obtain information about active criminal warrants, the company announced yesterday.
“Active warrants are public information, and yet it is very difficult for the average member of the public to get access to them,” a WarrantChecks.org spokesman said. “What we've done is used the power of the Internet to automate the process, so that people can get active warrant information in a matter of minutes.”
WarrantChecks.org customers simply have to type a name into the site's search engine, pay a small fee, and they will find out if there are any active warrants for the person, he said.
“There are many reasons why people might want to use the WarrantChecks.org service,” he said. “You may want to make sure the person you are about to go on a first date with is not a wanted criminal. Or you may want to check out someone who has applied for a job working for your company.”
Another reason to use the site would be to make sure that the customer themselves is not the victim of identity theft, he said.
“Often, if someone steals your personal information they will create ID in your name,” the WarrantChecks.org spokesman said. “Then, when they get arrested they'll use your name. And after they jump bail, the police will be looking for you and not them.”
WarrantChecks.org provides clients with quick and simple warrant check searches in North America. With an extensive database of public records, consumers are able to access information such as driving records and background reports. Visit WarrantChecks.org to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-829-8475, or email Manager (at) WarrantChecks (dot) org with any questions or concerns.
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