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What is a “typical” background check?
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Truth be told, there is no “typical” background check. Some companies will lead you to believe that they have created “packages” that will meet your needs. Because every industry is different, and so is every applicant, TruDiligence does not offer packaged services. Instead, a TruDiligence representative will discuss your specific needs and tailor a program to meet those needs. We don’t concern ourselves with “typical” needs; we focus on your needs.
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