Tue, October 18th, 2005 - 9:07 am - By Gordon Basichis
LOS ANGELES/EWORLDWIRE/Oct. 18, 2005 — Corra, a company specializing in pre-employment background checks and corporate research, has opened a new division addressing singles and online dating background checks. The new division is designed to protect women who are often targeted by con artists and online predators.
“Millions of career women are using the Internet and dating clubs to meet a mate,” said Nick Gustavson, co-founder of Corra. “More often than not, these women are really not sure who they are corresponding with. It could be the man of their dreams, or a nightmare waiting to happen.”
“Women looking for Mr. Possible are subject to identity theft, money scams and, worse, physical violence,” said Gustavson. “The bad guys are counting on women not to check them out. For the price of a couple of lattes, a woman can feel secure.”
According to Gustavson, the Corra principals have more than 20 years of investigative experience and are on-site to answer any questions clients may have.
“Corra offers a personalized service to women in need. No one wants to discuss their love life with a phone bank in India,” said Gustavson.