DeathCertificateLookup.com Creating Guide on How to Avoid Getting Ripped Off

December 5, 2013

Guide will teach people how not to get ripped off by death record-related crimes.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 05, 2013

DeathCertificateLookup.com is launching a guide to teach people how to avoid getting ripped off by criminals taking advantage of death records, the company said yesterday.

“Some of the most common ways ripoff artists work today is using death records to create phony information they can use to take advantage of people,” a DeathCertificateLookup.com spokesman said. “What we want to do is help make sure people don't get ripped off. Educating the public seems, to us, the best way to accomplish this.”

The company will take people step by step through the different ways they can get ripped off by scam artists, he said. Then it will explain to them in plain English what they can do to avoid these ripoff scams.

“We think this will be a valuable public service,” the DeathCertificateLookup.com spokesman said. “We want people to use our public records to build family trees. We don't want them to use our public records in order to rip off people.”

DeathCertificateLookup.com will publish their information in the members' area of their site, through their social media channels, and on their blog, he said.

“It's easy to avoid getting ripped off if you know how the game works,” he said. “With us, they'll learn the most common red flags. They will greatly lower their chances of getting ripped off.”

About DeathCertificateLookup.com:

DeathCertificateLookup.com is an online source for public records that specializes in delivering the most comprehensive death reports in North America. Generating hundreds of customers daily, DeathCertificateLookup.com prides itself on providing the highest degree of customer service and report accuracy. Visit DeathCertificateLookup.com today to chat with a live representative, call 1-888-220-4188, or email Manager(at)DeathCertificateLookup(dot)com with any questions or concerns.

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