Fingerprinting is now easily available in the community

Being a resident in Carmel Valley since 1995, and having owned Postal Annex in the Piazza Carmel/Vons shopping center for the last 10 years, Kirk Krikorian was always looking for ways to expand his business services to the community.

In early 2007, after extensive research for needed business services, he decided to make an investment in establishing Del Mar Live Scan, a company that specializes in fingerprinting for both Live Scan and FBI Ink cards.

After the proper licensing and clearance by the Department of Justice and FBI, they established a marketing plan that focuses on businesses and professions that are required by law to have background checks for their employees/volunteers. This was followed by personal contacts, establishing relationships with key organizations and delivering professional services with flexibility and extended hours.

Currently, they have multiple licensed operators on staff and conduct business in the North County, as well as the entire San Diego County. They are open seven days a week and accept walk-ins business throughout the day. For multiple applicants at one location, mobile services are also available.

Today, after being in business for almost five years, they are well established in the community for providing superior service, and most of their increased business is now based on referral from local business and organizations. Del Mar Live Scan provides a secure, comfortable, professional and friendly environment for all customers. Visit their website at www.delmarlivescan.com or call 858-342-2389.

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