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Dallas, TX (Vocus) November 12, 2009

eBay is committed to keeping stolen items from being posted and sold on their popular site. The world’s largest online marketplace uses LeadsOnline, the nation’s largest online investigative tool, to help keep their site free of stolen property that has been listed for sale or sold on eBay.

The First Responder Service through LeadsOnline is available to police 24 hours a day and provides search results within seconds. The online system can locate seller ID information for property listed on eBay and locate seller listings and sales history for property listed on eBay.

“LeadsOnline is a strong and important connection to law enforcement for eBay,” says Paul Jones, director of retail partnerships with eBay. “This also helps us combat any other business and stolen goods issues that arise in the marketplace.” LeadsOnline has been an official partner of eBay’s for the past four years.

In addition to helping police find and recover stolen property posted on eBay, the LeadsOnline system is invaluable in helping break up larger crime rings where high-value bulk items are stolen and sold on the site. Because the system allows police to search eBay in a variety of ways, from names to seller history to serial numbers and item descriptions, stolen items are quickly uncovered.

“LeadsOnline is committed to helping eBay ensure a safe buying and selling environment for their millions of online customers,” says Dave Finley, president and CEO of LeadsOnline.

Law enforcement agencies from across the country use LeadsOnline to search eBay for stolen property and report many successes. Listed here are just a few of the many stories of success from detectives who use LeadsOnline and eBay to solve cases:

Police in Maryland recovered a stolen $ 3,000 Cartier watch. The watch had not even been reported stolen yet when the police recovered it on an unrelated search warrant for drugs. Police found the watch on LeadsOnline web site in about ten minutes and had all the information they needed to go forward with charges.

A large corporation in Dayton Beach, Florida, reported the theft of eight new laptop computers from an IT storage area. Police were able to determine the seller’s name, who just happened to be the brother of a former employee who had knowledge and access to the storage facility where the theft occurred. An elaborate sting using the US Postal inspectors, a local eBay sales store, and the police was set up. The police purchased the computer on eBay and had it delivered to an undercover operative in California who delivered it to the Daytona Beach PD. After some search warrants and hours of questioning police obtained warrants for the arrest of the former employee and the eBay seller. Police recovered four of the stolen computers and two others that the company didn’t even know were stolen.

Police in Summit County, Colorado received a tip about a $ 3000 mountain bike for sale on eBay. The bike was stolen along with another $ 2700 bike from a motor vehicle. LeadsOnline allowed police to quickly obtain a name for the seller, which led to a windfall of information. Police made three arrests and recovered $ 25,000 in stolen property. Police credit LeadsOnline for providing the very first lead in the case.

Police in California received second-hand information related to stolen merchandise being offered on eBay by a seller in a neighboring city. After review police confirmed the merchandise (clothing) appeared to be stolen. Using LeadsOnline police not only identified the seller but found approx $ 42,000 worth of prior sales of the same clothing during the previous 90 days. Police immediately secured a search warrant and after service of the warrant an additional $ 25,000 of clothing and cash was recovered.

In one day, police in Grinnell, Iowa used LeadsOnline to find information about a suspicious seller, obtain a search warrant, and recover $ 20,000 of stolen property, and make an arrest.

LeadsOnline is the nation’s largest online investigative system used by more than 3,000 law enforcement agencies to recover stolen property and solve crimes. Each day, millions of items are added to the LeadsOnline database by businesses including second-hand stores, scrap metal recyclers, pawnshops, and Internet drop-off stores across all 50 states. Those records are instantly available to law enforcement agencies, meaning crimes can be solved in seconds, not months. The LeadsOnline system, compatible with the NCIC, serves as an indispensible, efficient, and money-saving resource for detectives because it provides a cross-jurisdictional, instantaneous, and accurate database that stops criminals from escaping detection by selling stolen items in another city. An official eBay partner, LeadsOnline helps prevent illegal transactions on the eBay website by giving law enforcement access to the world’s largest online marketplace through automatic upload of all eBay transactions into the LeadsOnline database. LeadsOnline also includes LeadsOnlabs, a system for tracking those involved in the illegal manufacture of methamphetamines; a Metal Theft Investigation System designed to track copper and other metal thefts; and cross-checks names of pawn customers against the OFAC SDN list of known terrorists and narcotics traffickers. Each year, LeadsOnline is credited with recovering millions of dollars in stolen goods and solving thousands of crimes that are often associated with bigger crimes, such as homicide, identity theft, and arson. Based in Dallas and led by President and CEO Dave Finley, LeadsOnline works with thousands of agencies throughout the country, including the New York Police Department, the Dallas Police Department, and the San Francisco Police Department. http://www.leadsonline.com

Public Relations/Media Inquiries:

Anne Clarrissimeaux, 214.552.0910

http://www.leadsonline.com

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Tampa, FL (PRWEB) October 20, 2008

According to a recent investigative series in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, between 1.9 and 2.7 million felony fugitives (including rapists and murderers) have eluded capture by crossing state lines.

Companies that unknowingly hire felons or fugitives put themselves at increased risk of embezzlement, fraud, lawsuits and workplace violence. Employers should be alert to the possibility that a fugitive criminal may be hiding in their workplace.

Accu-Screen, Inc., a leader in employment background screening, frequently uncovers job candidates with criminal records or fraudulent credentials when it conducts background searches for employers. Accu-Screen has a large network of field agents working across the nation to retrieve criminal record information at the local, county and state level, as opposed to relying on database searches.

Post-Dispatch reporters found a persistent problem with outstanding warrants across the country. If local or county police departments don’t enter all their warrants in the FBI database, fugitives not listed in the database can escape detection for their prior crimes.

“It’s alarming that so many criminals get away with their crimes and go on to victimize new people in another state,” says Kevin Connell, chief executive officer and founder of Accu-Screen. “Our on-the-ground criminal background searches result in a more accurate ‘criminal hit ratio,’ which prevents these law-breakers from endangering companies.”

Key facts about this national crisis include:


A statewide dragnet across Florida last month dubbed “Operation Orange Crush” led to the arrest of 2497 fugitives, including those of 113 homicide suspects, 255 sex offenders and 55 gang members. The U.S. Marshalls-led sweep targeted the “worst of the worst” offenders. According to the Post Dispatch report, 35 % of Felony Warrants in Florida are not entered into the FBI Database.

Organizers of Philadelphia’s “Fugitive Safe Surrender” program were astonished when 1205 felons turned themselves in at a local church in mid-September. The program was designed to encourage non-violent fugitives to settle their outstanding warrants.

More than one third of all felony warrants are not entered into the FBI’s National Crime Information Center database checked by police across the country.

Local police often refuse to pick up fugitives from other states, even when they’re wanted for violent crimes.

“Corporations and hiring managers that engage employment screening experts can dramatically reduce their risk of hiring an employee with a hidden criminal record,” said Connell. “Accu-Screen’s in-depth criminal background screening services can give employers that additional peace of mind.”

Accu-Screen has created a complimentary white paper, “Felons Who Cross State Lines Pose A Hiring Threat,” so that hiring professionals may get additional information on this important topic. To view the report or to download a copy, visit Accu-Screen at http://www.accuscreen.com/.

About Accu-Screen, Inc.

Since 1994, Accu-Screen, Inc, has been an industry pioneer, leader and expert in employment background screening, specializing in criminal background checks. Its reports are delivered to companies across the world in 24-72 hours. CEO Kevin G. Connell founded the company with a burning desire that companies hire the right people from the start, resulting in greater cost control and better safety in the workplace. Mr. Connell also serves as a national speaker and expert in negligent hiring, resume fraud, employee theft, and embezzlement.

Media Contact:

Kevin Connell

Accu-Screen, Inc.

800/689-2228

Kevinconnell(at)accuscreen.com

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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