Fingerprinting Express is closing its Carson City location – Carson Now

The Fingerprinting Express, Carson City location, will be closed to the public on April 30, 2022. Fingerprinting Express will offer mobile fingerprinting and mobile Notary options to Carson City and surrounding areas for hiring fairs and job orientations.
The conclusion to close our Carson City location was not an easy decision and was reached after careful consideration.
“This store closure is in part from the Covid-19 aftermath as well as The Great Resignation,” said Monica Pappas, co-founder and CEO of Fingerprinting Express. “This is not a reflection of the hard work of our staff and their dedication to providing excellent customer service but is attributed to the increasing costs of doing business, delays in the supply chain and people not getting as many background checks to go to work in 2021 and 2022”. She continues, “We are delighted that our Carson City staff has opted to stay with the company”.
Fingerprinting Express in Reno, Nevada will remain open 9am-6pm Monday thru Friday and 10am-3pm Saturday, accepting walk-ins and appointments. For fingerprint and Notary mobile appointment requests please contact Kayla Hernandez at 775-322-5587.
“We are grateful to the Carson City community for their support over the last seven years”.
For more information on Fingerprinting Express, visit www.fingerprintingexpress.com.
About Fingerprinting Express
Founded in 2003, Fingerprinting Express is an industry leader in fingerprint background checks and Notary Public Services. Offering customers the latest technology in fingerprint background checks, including live scan fingerprints, the company also offers secure document shredding, passport and employment licensing photo services, and more. Owned and operated by Monica Pappas, Fingerprinting Express runs on a Culture to Care® which offers discounted fingerprint fees for teachers, volunteers, non-profits, and the military totaling over $750,000 since inception. Furthermore, with sponsorships, donations, and discounts, Fingerprinting Express gives approximately 25 percent of its net income back to the community. Fingerprinting Express has stores in Reno and three stores in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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