Online and Social Media Investigations FAQ

No matter how you view it, social media has changed the world. It allows individuals to express themselves in a much different way than the past. The main difference, everything that happens on the internet, stays on the internet. And though it may not always paint the prettiest picture of an individual,  it's a good way for a business to screen potential employees. 

That is why online and social media investigations have become common ground for most companies. 

If you're in a human resources department or are just looking to add to your growing company, there aren't many things that will allow you to truly know a potential employee quite like an in-depth investigation. That is where we can help. At Same Day Process, our professional investigators can get the answers you're looking for. 

Social media has become the most in-depth and accessible way to know and learn about any individual. And luckily for our private investigators, there are a ton of social media platforms and profiles to dig through to figure out almost everything you need to know about a prospective employee's online presence. 

Here are just some of the social media profiles our experienced professionals will go through: 

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn 
  • Pinterest

Not only will our social media investigators run a thorough investigation, but they'll also get the job done in timely fashion which will save you both time and money. Our quick and comprehensive report, which includes photos and addresses, will be completed within 72 hours of the request and for a one time, flat fee. 

If you're interested in running social media investigations on potential employees for your company, contact our experts at Same Day Process today!

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