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NaturZone Recognized with AsktheSeal.com Seal of Approval

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| April 9, 2012

ORLANDO, Fla. — NaturZone Pest Control has been awarded the AsktheSeal.com Seal of Approval, a prestigious designation only awarded to top companies who meet the consumer advocate’s stringent guidelines concerning quality, customer service and consumer safety.

“At NaturZone we are committed to customer safety, our client now have the peace of mind knowing that every NaturZone employee has been vetted before allowing them into their home or place of business,” said NaturZone President Doug Longfellow.

“Very few companies meet all of our quality benchmarks concerning the company and personnel,” said AsktheSeal.com founder Edward Marchiselli. “The fact that NaturZone Pest Control went through the process and has been awarded the Seal of Approval is a testament to its commitment to customer satisfaction and safety.”

Companies with the AsktheSeal.com Seal of Approval have met stringent requirements including verification of license, insurance and customer service record. They have committed to allow AsktheSeal.com to perform annual criminal background checks on all employees who interact with the public or their personal information.

Companies with the Seal of Approval can initiate an email from AsktheSeal.com with an employee’s photo and verification of criminal background check so their customer knows who they are opening the door for. The employees also wear photo IDs further verifying their background check.


 

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