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FRM does not usually charge additional fees for RUSH REPORTS; however, in certain circumstances where an inordinate number of rush searches become the norm, FRM reserves the right to re-negotiate fee structures. FRM fully recognizes that errors may occur from time Continue reading →
FRM processes RUSH orders on a “Best Efforts Basis” based on a number of factors including: •Commonality of the subjects name which may lead to an inordinate number of filings; •The complexity posed by the unique Subject of research, i.e. Continue reading →
The New York Unified court system currently charges a $95 fee for criminal record access as of 2018. The rate is currently the highest rate in the United States for accessing criminal records. For certain scopes, this is a pass-through Continue reading →
FRM’s fee schedule for Reports vary depending on scope and volume of work. Contact FRM to discuss your specific reporting needs.
FRM’s employees have diverse backgrounds, including those with legal, private investigative, banking, information technology, audit, and regulatory agency backgrounds.
FRM provides services in all locations where the US maintains diplomatic relations, and FRM is not otherwise barred from transacting due to sanctions, embargoes, or other restrictions.
Different countries have different record keeping systems, legal indexes, and privacy laws from the United States. Access to certain data in other countries may require additional releases or have different processing requirements.
FRM codes cases as STANDARD, RUSH, and DROP DEAD. STANDARD ORDERS are processed according to standard timelines as a part of FRM’s Service Level Agreements with clients. RUSH ORDERS are processed on a “Best Efforts Basis” with an timeline earlier Continue reading →