By Trevor Armstrong, Marketing — A shocking twenty percent of people admit they have lied to their spouse about finances, according to a recent survey from creditcards.com. An appalling forty-one percent admit to spending more than $100 without telling their partner. Most people will agree that money is the leading cause of ...
May 10, 2016WebKeeper
By Jesse Newman, Marketing — According to a study performed by SterlingBackcheck, a global background screening company, 38 percent of employers in the UK do not verify if job applicants can legally work. Only 58 percent of organizations perform background checks as part of the hiring process. These statistics are very ...
May 6, 2016WebKeeper
By Codi Peterson, Marketing — In a recent probe by USA Today into the background checks performed on teachers, all fifty states revealed that over twenty states received grades of Ds or worse. When I was going to school they held you back with those kind of grades. For those of ...
April 26, 2016WebKeeper
By Brian Del Rosario, Marketing — The United States is ranked sixteenth on the Corruption Index, making it one of the least corrupt countries. Although the nation has a high ranking, American companies have more than a few ties to corruption via overseas foreign business investments. These investments include business operations ...
April 20, 2016WebKeeper
By Russ Warner, VP Marketing & Operations — What keeps Americans on edge? Bombings in Paris and Brussels, the tragedy of San Bernardino in our backyard, other terrorist attacks around the world, immigration challenges, etc. And the ongoing debates regarding how (and if) to admit refugees and immigrants into the country ...
April 20, 2016WebKeeper
By Codi Peterson, Marketing — As the border wars continue to develop, the FBI has been forced to expand its scope to include domestic culprits. The FBI arrested several prominent city leaders in Crystal City, Texas this past February on charges of bribery, human smuggling, and involvement in an illegal gambling ...
April 13, 2016WebKeeper
By Brian Del Rosario, Marketing — Lie detectors are commonly recognized for their great ability to identify lies in criminals, but there is another growing use of these lie detectors. Recent news articles and online forums suggest that the use of lie detection in marriage counseling is becoming more common. In ...
April 7, 2016WebKeeper
By Brian Del Rosario, Marketing — Kids say the darndest things, especially when those things are not all true. Discerning whether a child is telling the truth or not can be very difficult. Comedian Jimmy Kimmel has a solution to figure out which are exaggerations and which are truth (...
March 29, 2016WebKeeper
By Trevor Armstrong, Marketing — Tens of billions of dollars have been sapped from Venezuela by businessmen and importers who never imported anything at all. These importers collect money in advance to ship goods into the country, but then deliver fake shipments instead of the actual goods. One instance of ...
March 24, 2016WebKeeper
By Jesse Newman, Marketing — Drug cartels and human trafficking have had a detrimental effect on society. Crimes that we see on television such as these can be shocking, and they aren’t even the tip of the iceberg. Fortunately, there are people courageous enough to take a stand. A movement towards ...
March 15, 2016WebKeeper
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