Impulsive, aggressive —

and on redial 

Alexis came to us through one of our babysitting partners. She didn’t have a criminal record, but she was declined for a SafetyPIN due to her high score on our Beacon behavioral review. The review found that her answers indicated a tendency toward impulsive behavior and the tendency to get aggressive when challenged. Definitely not traits you want in a babysitter! Rather than follow the steps outlined in our appeal process, Alexis called customer service – not once, not twice, but 12 times in 20 minutes. And she was yelling.

We were seeing the very issues the behavioral review revealed come to life right before our eyes – and ears. Obviously, this is something a background check could never predict. And of course, she would put her best foot forward in an interview. That is why our experts crafted carefully researched questions to identify these issues before you’ve hired someone like Alexis. That’s how we can avoid potential nightmares that standard screenings can’t. SafetyPIN and Appeal – denied 

A SafetyPIN is a digital trust badge that shows an individual has met all the requirements developed by a team of experts in law enforcement and criminal behavior. Every screening includes a broader, more expansive criminal background check, an ID verification, a financial history screening, and the proprietary Beacon Behavioral Review.

When you see a verified SafetyPIN, you know the individual has met our strict requirements – and remains in good standing.  SafetyPIN Technologies is committed to treating everyone with fairness and respect. Therefore, anyone not awarded a SafetyPIN can rest assured that their application, personal information, and the outcome are kept completely confidential. To learn more or to apply, go to getasafetypin.com 

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This is a case we often talk about in our offices. Bill applied for a SafetyPIN in mid-June. From the beginning, there was something about his application and information that concerned us, but we couldn’t put our finger on it at first. It certainly didn’t help that he called customer service almost every day to ask about the status of his SafetyPIN.

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Apply for a SafetyPIN.

A SafetyPIN is the best way to assure someone you met online that they can trust you in real life. By displaying a current SafetyPIN when booking jobs, home sharing, and more, you’re letting people know you care about their safety and peace of mind.

Verify a SafetyPIN.

Looking for a SafetyPIN is critical when taking any online meeting offline. But before you commit, take the extra minute and verify their SafetyPIN. By confirming their membership is in good standing, you’re letting them know trust is critical to you.