HOW TO PREVENT UNDERAGE DRINKING AND PROTECT RESELLER LICENSES
Altered or false IDs and the failure to prevent underage drinking pose a constant threat to liquor licensees. Our ID references are recommended by many state Alcoholic Beverage Commissions as the best protection against underage drinking. Bars, restaurants, and liquor stores, as well as grocery stores and convenience stores, train their servers and counter help to stop ID fraud by minors. Our printed Guides offer compact size and portability, and their low cost makes them ideal for protecting multiple checkpoints. Our online references offer sophisticated ID checking at any location.
- Easy to use
- Quick reference
- Protects liquor license
- Excellent training tool
- Low cost
Coverage includes every valid driver’s license and ID card format, from U.S. and Canada to worldwide, in full size and color, including state IDs, I-9 federal documents, and more. You can depend on the accuracy of these resources: they are relied upon at DMVs (the issuing agencies for ID); included in ABC programs for new licensees; and featured in TIPS and other server training programs.
Among liquor licensees, more than 50,000 locations count on us to control ID fraud, assist with the prevention of underage drinking, for training of personnel, for hiring, and for check cashing.
Products for Alcohol Control:
|100 pages, published annually|||||Click Here for Details ›|
The I.D. Checking Guide, U.S. & Canada Edition shows every valid driver's license format in actual size and full color. Included are details on territories, federal and military documents, consular cards, and more. In a compact 100 pages and 6" x 8 ½" size, it is handy and portable.
Published annually and used at more than 200,000 locations, the Guide is at the center of ID checks for fraudulent, altered, and counterfeit documents. The Guides are used by a wide variety of concerns, like Hyatt Regency, Hannaford Brothers, Applebee’s, Hollywood Casino (PA), Publix Supermarket, Vogue Nightclub (IN), Landmark Lanes (WI), Chevron, and Oregon Liquor Control. Single copy price is $23.95. Quantity prices make it the protection alternative for all locations. (Example: 500 copies cost just $12.95 each.)
Available to government agencies, appropriate businesses, and sworn law enforcement personnel. Also available in an online, IP address-controlled subscription.
|360 pages, published biennially|||||Click Here for Details ›|
I.D. Checking Guide, International Edition provides full-color, actual-size samples of 180 countries’ driver’s licenses and ID cards (except United States & Canada). More than 600 IDs are covered worldwide, with one or more pages for each country’s documents. The Guide includes a 32-page section on Mexico documents. At 6" x 9", with 360 pages of coverage, this Guide is the choice for those dealing with tourism, foreign students, immigrants, and guest workers.
Published biennially, the International Guide is used by a wide variety of concerns, such as TGI Friday's, Sunset Package Liquors (IL), MGM Grand Hotel, Shop & Go (TX), Hard Rock Café, Stella’s Café (NY), Star Liquor (CO), and Rustic Sports Bar (VT). Single copy price is $38.95. Quantity prices make it affordable for all locations. (Example: 500 copies cost just $21.30 each.)
Available to government agencies, appropriate businesses, and sworn law enforcement personnel.
|Subscription service available
for corporate & government
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The I.D. Checking Guide, U.S. & Canada Edition is available online, and contains all of the images and text included in the printed Guide. It is as clear and easy to use as the printed Guide, and follows the same format.
The online service is perfect for agencies that prefer a “paperless” approach to checking ID. Each authorized user can quickly access information through your agency’s network, right to our IP address-controlled online site. User Name and Password protection provide additional security. This online service is updated periodically throughout the year.
This subscription service is available to government agencies and qualifying companies networking 20 or more locations.