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With the arrival of summer, states across the nation are taking precautionary measures to crackdown on underage drinking. One of several examples can be seen in Washington’s youth access compliance check program.
The Washington State Liquor Board has initiated a program to help prevent minors from drinking. They have selected a particularly interesting approach through employing the assistance of 18-21 year olds. The WSLCB refers to this demographic assisting them as “IA”s- Investigative Aides. They plant the IA’s throughout local bars to see how the bartender or bouncers respond to their ID’s.
While this approach lauds creativity, why not use an ID scanner and parsing system that is 100% fool proof? IDScan.net has the most up to date technology in ID scanning. Our software reads ID’s from all 50 states as well as Canada and various Mexican forms of identification. Our software is user friendly and provides data that is 100% accurate. This way, you are always in compliance with federal and state laws and do not have to dedicate manpower that would be more beneficial elsewhere. You will never have to pay a compliance fine again! Due to our 10+ years of experience, we know every issuers format and timeframe so you never have to worry about whether an ID is no longer valid. The proprietary algorithm we have built in our software notifies you as to whether the ID is authentic. We recommend checking out our software VeriScan Mobile https://idscan.net/scanning-solutions/mobile/.
Do your civic duty this summer and help protect America’s youth. Check out IDScan.net’s complete solutions at https://idscan.net/product-category/complete-solutions/.
In Albany, NY, 21 people were indicted for cheating on their driver’s license exam. The defendants were accused of paying thousands of dollars to people for them to take their Commercial Driver’s License written exams.
Charges include offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree (class E felony) and false statements, alteration of records, or substitution in connection with an examination (misdemeanor). To read the full article, click this link from VINNews.com.