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  The name, “Michael Davis”, represents an All-American apple pie and baseball lovin’ American son.  And it’s popular; Over 16,000 Americans are named “Michael Davis” right now. Maybe there’s a Michael Davis out there in the dating world.  So he meets a gal and she quickly does an internet …

Everyone’s got a story.  Some candidates like to voluntarily tell us theirs.  Like a confessional, the process of being fingerprinted can sometimes encourage people “to tell all.”  Is it a guilty conscience or a need for empathy?  We are not sure but whatever the reason, …

Job candidates may be using another person’s identity when they apply for work. Sometimes the identity is “loaned” or “sold” and not stolen. “I Was Framed – Already in Prison? (Episode 3) is inspired by a true story behind the scenes at Cluso, a Texas …

If you’re generally honest and are not comfortable with inflating your resume, you are in a group getting smaller by the day.  We’ve had two issues with fraud this week alone.  Both are a serious indicator of the path we are on as a global …

Innovative or crazy?  Everyday we are clobbered with the “ugly” problems of our society.  Is there no one to rescue us…or at least lead us on a path of a few real solutions?  It dawned on me during this recent wake-up call of a business competition.  Our …

Is there a big difference between last name “Sim” and “Sims” on a background check report?  The answer is so much a YES that if you get the identity wrong, don’t bother continuing with the rest of a criminal report.  If your existing company returns a background …