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Find Reliable, Licensed Contractors, Fast!  Experian®, a global information services company, now offers ContractorCheck, an online resource to help consumers choose a contractor.

ContractorCheck assists homeowners in making the best possible decision based on the most thorough information available about a contractor's business. Contractor CheckIts easy-to-read reports and overall contractor ratings enable homeowners to search for contractors in their specific area, check a contractor's business background, and protect themselves against contractor fraud.

Powered by BizSourceSM, Experian's commercial database, ContractorCheck provides consumers with vital information about a contracting company, including business license status, whether or not the company is bonded and insured, its length of time in business, and a credit summary indicating any judgments or liens against the contractor. This information helps consumers identify contractors whose businesses may be struggling, offering insights into whether a contractor might complete their home improvement project once it has started.

For more information about how you can protect yourself from contractor fraud, please visit www.ContractorCheck.com (12/04/07).

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