Background Checks in the Information Age

Most states require criminal background checks for anyone who works with children, the elderly, or disabled. Dr. Maclin provides online tools to conduct thorough nation-wide background checks.

What if your company needed to replace the Director of Accounting and was fortunate enough to come across this really bright guy who everyone just loved? Let's say things worked out really well until several months later, while conducting a random employee background check, you found out the new Director had apparently failed to mention on his resume the fact that he was an ex-con and had recently done time in a federal penitentiary for laundering money, falsifying tax documents and other such felonies while working at a company very similar to yours?

Some estimate 30%-40% of all job applications and resumes include some false or inflated facts. Most states require criminal background checks for anyone who works with children, the elderly, or disabled. And indeed, the federal National Child Protection Act authorizes state officials to access the FBI's National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database for jobs that require a security clearance.

Meanwhile, the need for a comprehensive, nation-wide, online search mechanism has not been met by the larger, more traditional search engines. This is why Steven A. Maclin, Ph. D., university professor since the early 1990s, developed Cell Phone USA. While conducting research online, Dr. Maclin found the need for a combined search engine/ directory/ set of online tools that would recapture and facilitate the factual objectives of background checking.

Dr. Maclin uses a robust collection of online tools, informative articles, news reports, and links to other websites that accentuate efforts to conduct a thorough nation-wide background check. To conduct such evaluations effectively, huge databases of information are required.

Dr. Maclin recommends Net Detective, which boasts a 211+ million name database of info that is updated every 1-3 months, so users get the most recent data available. Most other such products either offer much smaller databases, rent the use of Net Detective's database or, as Maclin explains, " . . . they just simply fail to update." Where many of the top services ask $50 or more, Net Detective offers an award-winning array of online tools for a one-time fee of $29, and this allows users to conduct unlimited number of searches.

If you want to know what you're getting into before purchasing an online background check service, go to Cell Phone USA -- we report and respect the truth.

Contact Cell Phone USA at;
Usually found online at Cell Phone Forums (maclin) or call 216-297-1223.


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Company Name: Steven A. Maclin, Ph. D.
Issued By: Steven A. Maclin, Ph. D.
Phone: 216-297-1223
Zip: 44121
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by Steven A. Maclin, Ph. D. (few years ago!)

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