Background & Due Diligence 

The CMP Group Background Report provides you with the vital information needed to make an informed decision when hiring new personnel or considering a new business relationship.

Based on your needs, the scope of our work regarding an individual's background investigation may include:

• Social Security verification 
• Criminal history (case and file numbers)
• Past litigation (civil cases)
• Frauds
• False credentials
• Aliases
• Judgments or tax liens
• Credit profile verification
• Employment history
• Personal reference verification
• Financial and real estate holdings
• Asset searches
• Bank relationships

• Corporate or business ownership

• Driving and vehicle records

Due diligence investigations are generally conducted by one business entity seeking background information about another business prior to forming a new relationship. Due diligence checks can confirm the accuracy of information provided, reveal information or potential problems that were not initially included. This precautionary step can help prevent problems from arising after a new relationship has been established. 

A background investigation of a business may include many of the same components of an individual background check, as well as:

• Securities and Exchange Commission filings
• Secretary or Department of State filings
• Partnership and Corporation information
• Uniformed Commercial Code filings   (UCC's)
• Company principles
• Better Business Bureau checks


As a FULL SERVICE investigative firm, we have the unique ability, under State law, to go beyond the standard database searches. Since our staff is comprised of former law enforcement investigators, we have the ability to conduct an intensive investigation of an individual or business entity and to follow up on information that arises. The CMP Group's thorough background investigation will minimize your risk and ensure that your decision is based on the most accurate information.


• Education and training verification
• Military records
• Current and previous residential history
• Behavioral patterns
• Drug abuse
• Licenses possessed or revoked
• Bankruptcies
• Marriages and divorces
• Death records
• Evidence of gambling or drinking problems
• Sexual harassment complaints
• Worker Compensation history