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Why Google searching your date is so, so important

Once upon a time, in a virtual land, a man and a woman met. They talked for hours and weeks on end before they took their relationship into the physical world. 610 more words



9 Apr 2014
Source: Breitbart.com

President Obama has requested $1.1 billion and the Department of Justice (DOJ) asked for $382.1 million for gun control “to protect Americans from gun violence.” 211 more words


PeopleSpy.com Background Checks - Criminal Records, Arrests, Warrants, Divorce Records and more!

PeopleSpy.com Background Checks – Criminal Records, Arrests, Warrants, Divorce Records and more!
Find out if your search subject has a criminal record, was ever arrested, sued, married, divorced, served time in jail, filed for bankruptcy, owns a property and more. 82 more words

Why the criminal background check is important for your business?

When joining a company you will have plenty of formalities like taking up the medical test for physical requirement, submitting the documents and then taking up the background check of the individual. 241 more words

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Employee Credit Checks - Frequently Asked Questions

Employee Credit Checks are gaining in popularity and to most employers they are still a relatively new concept. Because of this, some terms can often seem confusing but don’t worry, you aren’t alone – we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions we get asked by new customers to help you out. 830 more words

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Do you Know Who is in Your Neighborhood?

There will be such times when you want to know details of a person having just a phone number of them. This is now possible through the help of online websites where you can get the information that you want of a specific number that you have with you. 304 more words

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Employers: Hire me! I'm a bit of a fixer upper...

I’ve been house hunting lately, and I really want to buy my dream house, even though I don’t think I’m ready financially. This means that when I see a “dream house” that I can afford, I immediately become skeptical. 586 more words