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New Website Warns Employers of Degree Mills and Resume Fraud


Companies considered “degree mills” offer fake college diplomas to those willing to simply pay for the service. Employers can use the new website to find out the truth on job resumes to hire a legitimate worker.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 05, 2012

Nowadays technology has come such a long way to benefit people, but it is also used for illegal activities. Companies like degree mills profit on technological innovations and allow people to commit resume fraud with a fake diploma.

New and secure website can provides services for employers to check up on resumes, to make sure that they are hiring real and qualified people. Fraudulent degrees or lying on a resume can be common, so it's important to know who actually graduated from where.

Degree mills are usually found online very quickly and can tempt job seekers into purchasing their offshore “college degrees,” therefore employment verification is a vital screening tactic for companies to use.

With a rise in degree mills and resume fraud, offers a quick and cheap service everyone can take advantage of. Run a pre-employment screening, a college verification check, and a criminal record check all in one with

New website processes thousands of background checks, performed by individuals and employers, to look into the history of people across North America. With these background check services it is easy to see who has a college degree (and if it is factual) or who has fluffed their resume to impress employers.

About provides background check searches across the U.S. and Canada. With background check information including criminal, arrest, and employment status, is a top resource for public records online. For more information or questions, contact customer service through emailing josh(at)backgroundcheck(dot)us(dot)org, visit the website for live chat, or call toll free 1-866-434-4253.

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