Category: Safety

How to Choose the Right Daycare for your Child

Whether you’ve just moved to a new place or your old daycare just isn’t in business anymore, you’re still faced with the same problem: how to find a daycare that’s right for both you and your child. There are plenty of daycares competing for your attention, which means that you’re going to have to narrow Read More…

A Guide to Evaluating Neighborhood Safety When Home Shopping

When you’re home shopping, you’ll generally have a list of things you’re interested in. Proximity to jobs and school, size, and design are all important to you and your family. One of the most important aspects to consider, however, is safety. Whether you have children that might want to play outside, you enjoy walking, the Read More…

How Safe is Your Neighborhood?

People tend to assume they’re safe in their own homes. After all, it’s where you stay for the vast majority of your time, and you’re surrounded by other people who are also in their homes. It should be mostly safe for you, and you shouldn’t have to worry about anyone who might be interested in Read More…

Is Your Competition Hiring Felons? How To Find Out

  For the most part, businesses run a federal background check on their employees before hiring them. It’s not necessarily an issue if the job is something like food service, but you may not want someone with a criminally fast temper working with highly-sensitive customer files. Most businesses don’t hire individuals with federal criminal records, Read More…

Are There Predators in Your Neighborhood?

Everyone would like to believe that their neighborhood is safe. It’s not like you’d want to live in an area that’s dangerous, or a place where you don’t trust your neighbors. But the unfortunate fact of the matter is that predators are everywhere, and they could easily be in your neighborhood. Even if you know Read More…

How to Check the Safety of Your Airbnb Location

Airbnb was founded in 2008 as an alternative to hotels and short-term apartment stays, both to allow easier travel and to let homeowners monetize extra space that they’re not using. With over three million listings in over 65,000 cities, Airbnb is a great service that allows you to travel the way you want. However, staying Read More…

Don’t Become Catfish Bait- Be Informed!

Now that the holidays are over it’s time to find that special someone just in time for Valentine’s Day. Though online dating can be fun, exciting, and convenient, there is always a risk of running into a Catfish– someone who uses a false online persona to catch you. According to TheNextWeb.com there are up to Read More…

Halloween Haunt- Safetyville, USA

            PeopleFinders.com is proud to once again be a sponsor for Safetyville USA’s Halloween Haunt in Sacramento, CA! Safetyville focuses year-round on helping children in Preschool through 3rd grade learn about safety, health, and fitness with interactive tours. During these tours children can learn important lessons about things like stranger Read More…

Celebrate Safer Internet Day

The internet has managed to permeate every aspect of our lives and that presence can be quite awe-inspiring. But it can also be quite dangerous. With the insurgence of smart phones, the World Wide Web is in everyone’s pocket. Connecting with loved ones has never been easier with email, social media, and video calling. The Read More…

Could A Fake Debt Collector Be Calling You?

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently released a warning about fake debt collectors. These are predators who call people and pretend to be in charge of collecting consumer debts. Trouble is: the so-called collectors are actually criminals. Getting called by a debt collector can be a nerve-wracking experience. Scam artists take advantage of this fact Read More…