Whether you are an employer, or a law enforcement agent, you need to have the ability to verify identities positively. It is your responsibility to check on the identities to ensure anyone driving on your behalf has a clean record. And just having a clean record isn’t enough, you need to dig deep to check their background, licenses, criminal record, name, address, etc. Hence, if you are looking to hire professional drivers, over-the-road truck drivers for your business, or renters, it is crucial that you verify whether their driver’s license is valid, current, and in good standing!
Whooster uses advanced analytics to quickly review any license information you submit — names, addresses, license numbers, even photos — and provides you with an abundance of valuable data about the person, including if they have active warrants or a traffic/criminal history. This information mitigates risk for both law enforcement agents in the field and employers in the office.
Get a clear picture of your driver or employee who is driving a vehicle on behalf of you or your business. Access to quick, accurate, and real-time data that helps you protect your vehicle before the deal.
As an organization, you need to be specific about driver verification. You need to have a clear background check before you hire professional drivers. A single slip of verification can turn out to be a massive reputation issue or increase your operational costs. With Whooster analytics, quickly verify your drivers and employees to safeguard your business.
Fast-growing companies and evolving digitalization, the probability of frauds and risks are also increasing day by day. With Whooster data access to real-time and accurate insights will help you mitigate risks regarding driver verifications and employee verifications.
Fact: More than 80% of employees present a driver’s license or state-issued identification (ID) card as proof of identity for Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.
With few exceptions, anyone seeking employment in the United States must fill out a Form I-9 Employment Verification document. Savvy employers can use Whooster to review a potential employer’s driver’s license to see if there are any red flags that could be a threat to their business.
A cultural resource management company on the east coast had an opening for a new field crew member. The job duties consisted mostly of site excavation, brush clearing, and artifact inventorying. However, the applicant would be required to drive the company’s work van to shuffle the crew between different sites from time to time. The company began narrowing down applicants and came across Joe Jones. On paper, he appeared to be the ideal candidate — he had a relevant degree and decent related work experience. While reviewing his I-9, the company ran his driver’s license through Whooster. They discovered that he had been arrested for drunk driving and had multiple traffic infractions for speeding and recklessness. His application was quickly discarded, and the company was relieved that they were able to avoid such liability.
Did You Know – The 9/11 terrorists used fake IDs to coordinate and execute their plan!
Quickly verifying a driver’s identity can prevent appalling crimes including murder, kidnapping, and terrorism. With Whooster’s Driver Verification Solution, law enforcement authorities can quickly verify a suspect’s identity through real-time data aggregation and patented algorithms.
Our technology instantly checks for warrants or criminal history for the submitted driver’s license and prevents fraud or crime.
During traffic surveillance, police spotted a red Toyota Camry through a stop sign. They followed the car for a block before turning on their sirens. The car immediately stopped and rendered the driver’s license. The police used Whooster’s application to run the document and discovered that the license was suspended, an arrest warrant was issued against the driver, and the car was reported as stolen. Subsequently, the officers apprehend a fugitive, return the stolen vehicle to its owner, and protect themselves.