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Are They Really Who They Say They Are?

Every three seconds, someone's identity is stólen. 11,571,900 Average number of identity fraud victims in the ÚSA annually. Are They Really Who They Say They Are? IDENTITY FRAUD IS REAL. Protect Your Business. Social Security # is one of the top items taken during a data breach. Having this allows people to pose as someone else when applying for a job. 8% In 2012, Identity Fraud increased by 8% percent. Is John Smith really John Smith? John Doe EMPLOYEE e emeecress Of all identity theft cases, only 25% involve credit or financial fraud. 50% of the cases are made up of phone, utility, and employment fraud. 001 0256 988 If they lied to you to get the job, what else are they capable of? Let's think about what they'll have access to. Employees usually have access to company files and databases. Company credit cards, cash, and financial records Your customers' personal information Depending on your business, they may even have access to your store and products! Your personal information How Can You Keep Your Business Safe? Run comprehensive background checks Make a copy of their driver's license Run an employment credit report if they will be handling money, company credit cards, etc. Don't ignore red flags. They may seem nice buf facts are facts. Ask for 3+ recent references For more information on background checks, please visit

Are They Really Who They Say They Are?

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Employment fraud is on the rise. Protect your business and your clients from dangerous employees by educating yourself on how to hire properly.


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