These completely unique and permanent qualities are what make fingerprints the gold standard for personal identification.
They are also the reason it has been proven that fingerprints taken 5 years ago display the same fingerprint patterns as those taken 5 minutes ago.
So why have you wasted so much time getting new copies of your same old fingerprints?
Because traditional fingerprint methods require people who need to present their fingerprints on multiple occasions to have their same prints captured multiple times.
Our Live Scan fingerprint technology creates a digital copy of your fingerprints. These captures can easily be transmitted electronically or printed onto fingerprint cards, and then securely stored for future use in our fully encrypted Fingerprint Archiving System.
We Guarantee Our Fingerprint Archiving System is:
All information is securely stored in encrypted files
Information can only be released by customer authorization
We only store information found on an official fingerpint cards
We never send any information to a third party vendor
Customers simply contact us when they need access to their fingerprints
How It Works
Fingerprints are captured electronically and sent to our secure server for archiving
- The Fingerprint Archiving procedure is protected; information being stored is limited to name, fingerprints, and signature.
- We do not store your Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
Archived data is encrypted, never shared with third parties, and will never be forwarded without your express authorization.
When requested, archived data can be printed on most state-specific fingerprint cards as well as the standard FBI FD 258 cards, using our FBI certified printers.
Fingerprint archiving is ideal for:
• Pharmaceutical Companies
• Insurance Agents
• Mortgage Brokers
• Money Transmitters
• Board Members
• Restaurant Owners
• Hospitality Management Companies
• FINRA Members
Mobile On-site fingerprinting. Allows us to bring a portable, state-of-the-art fingerprint lab directly to you, reducing the time required to have fingerprints taken from hours per person to mere minutes.
Answers to a few of our most frequently asked questions.