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Lebanon, TN, United States, 2010/05/25 - Verified safe, LLC, a consumer and business security protection company announces the launch of two websites that inform businesses and consumers about how to protect against scams and fraud.
Verified Safe, LLC, a Lebanon, Tennessee based company dedicated to the security and protection of consumers and businesses, recently announced the launch of their new websites; Verified-Safe.com and Verified-Safe.net.
Verified-Safe.com offers many security related services such as asset searches, background checks, court record searches, people finding services, reverse phone lookup and other security tools beneficial to the security of businesses and consumers.
Troy Williams, founder and CEO of Verified Safe, LLC stated, “We are excited to launch both of our new websites. These websites offer a unique and irreplaceable service in the security industry. Other services offer lesser value and demand membership fees. With Verified-Safe, you only pay for the searches that you perform. We want consumers and businesses to know that we are truly here to help them protect themselves and we are not out to scam them into a monthly membership fee. This truly is a customer centric service in an industry that normally focuses on fear and misinformation. Verified-Safe changes all that.”
The sister website Verified-Safe.net is a scam prevention blog that offers consumers and businesses free information on common scams and how to prevent yourself or your business from becoming a victim. There are also recordings available from previous editions of their scam prevention radio show Topics include high profile financial scams, computer scams, work-at-home scams and other prominent scams that many people fall victim to everyday.
Williams further stated, “We believe that the only true prevention of these scams is through education and information. That is why we provide this information on our scam prevention blog and allow visitors to ask questions and discuss solutions in our forum and on our Scam Alert business page.”
“If enough people learn and pass on this information, we can really make great strides to protect the public as a whole. Sure there are other websites that offer advice, but not many people have the training or experience that I have to offer in this area. That’s why I will be personally administrating the forum and discussion boards. Scam prevention is serious business and should not be taken lightly.” stated Williams.