Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q?How long does it take to run a background check?
A.

Each background check searches for different information. Most of our checks are instant; however, if there is a “hit” or other error, it can delay the results. A check that requires “human interaction” for example, county checks which require a runner can also take a little longer.

Q?In a multi-drug test, how will I know which drug tests positive?
A.

Each panel shows the positive or negative result for a particular drug or drug category. So you know at a glance which drug you have tested positive for if there is one red line on the test strip.

Q?Will substances that I use regularly like vitamins, penicillin, aspirin and caffeine affect the results in any way?
A.

No – because our rapid drug tests react to drugs and drug metabolites, not to these substances which have a different chemical structure.

Q?If a drug test shows positive, can it be proved how long ago the drug was taken?
A.

Saliva, urine and blood only show up a positive or negative result, not how long ago a drug has been taken.

Q?IS THERE A MINIMUM ORDER THAT I MUST PLACE?
A.

No, but you could save by ordering in bulk — and save money on shipping. Since our products have a long shelf life, you can order them well in advance.

Q?IF I RECEIVE A POSITIVE DRUG TEST RESULT, WHAT SHOULD I DO?
A.

Confirm that it is indeed positive through a laboratory test.

Q?HOW ACCURATE ARE YOUR DRUG-TESTING PRODUCTS?
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Our products are reliable. Our tests are United States FDA-cleared (unless stated otherwise). Laboratory testing has revealed that they are over 95% accurate. However, it is always advisable to get results confirmed by a laboratory.

Q?WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A DIP CARD TEST AND AN INTEGRATED CUP TEST?
A.

The Dip Card is dipped into a urine specimen to obtain results. A cup is a convenient method of testing where the specimen is collected in the cup and tested there as well. There is no handling of the specimen.

Q?HOW DO YOUR RAPID DRUG TESTS WORK?
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Rapid drug tests detect the presence of drug metabolites in saliva or urine in minutes. When a detection strip is wetted with a saliva or urine specimen, the specimen reacts with the reagents and antigens on the strip and produces a color reading so you can interpret a positive or negative result.

Q?WHICH DRUGS CAN BE FOUND WITH YOUR TESTS?
A.

Our tests can be used to determine the presence of the following drugs of abuse:

  • Amphetamines (AMP)
  • Barbiturates (BAR)
  • Benzodiazepines (BZO)
  • Buprenorphine(BUP)
  • Cocaine (COC)
  • Ecstacy (MDMA)
  • Marijuana (THC)
  • Methamphetamines (mAMP)
  • Methadone (MTD)
  • Morphine (MOP)
  • Phencyclidine (PCP)
  • Propoxyphene (PPX)
  • Opiates (OPI)
  • Oxycodone (OXY)
  • Trycyclic Antidepressants (TCA)
Q?WHY SHOULD I USE A RAPID DRUG TEST?
A.

You can use a rapid drug test to ensure privacy. This is very useful in a variety of situations – at home, school, place of work, pre-employment, after accidents, random testing for drugs, etc.

Q?WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY A RAPID DRUG TEST?
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A rapid drug test is a diagnostic test that very quickly gives you the results that show whether or not you have the presence of a specific drug in your body.

Q?IS DRUG TESTING AT HOME REALLY THAT SIMPLE?
A.

Yes, it is. All it takes is a few minutes with our rapid drug testing products.

Q?At what age should I sit down with my children to discuss the dangers of drugs?
A.

It’s never too early to share how you feel about drugs and what your expectations are in terms of zero tolerance of drug use by your children. A study showed that 74% of 4th graders wished their parents would speak with them about drugs.

Verify Network provides employment background checks, drug testing and LSCAN fingerprint services.

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Verify Network, LLC

916 Lithia Pinecrest Rd
Brandon, FL 33511

info@VerifyNetwork.com

(813) 352-6995

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Tampa, Brandon, Valrico, Lithia, Riverview, Plant City, Lakeland, Gibsonton, Apollo Beach, Ruskin, Sun City and all surrounding locations

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