If you`re having that much trouble finding out information about the
company, I`m thinking that`d be at least a red flag going up. That`s
not to say that a totally brand-new company might be hard to discover
on a search engine, but it`s a signal to at least be cautious.
What do they want you to do, if you were to become involved with them?
Wait...I just looked them up myself. It looks like a child security
agency business. To that end, it also seems to me, from a quick
perusal, that it really doesn`t matter all THAT much if the parent
company stays in business or not...right? That`s what I`d consider, at
Suppose you get involved. You`re using a national franchise for
credibility, so when you go to promote your line-sales end, you`re not
just some stranger in a store. But the service you`re actually
providing is useful.
I`d swing by your local police station and see if you could talk with
someone in Missing Persons, or the Detective group. If the company is
really legit, really doing a service, then they`re going to be closely
aligned with law enforcement. Another option would be to make an
appointment with someone from the State`s Attorney`s office, in your
location. They too would have a pretty clear understanding of what
would be going on.