There was an article in Carroll Gardens Patch about Nanny Track, , which begged the question: Is it worth it?
The service charges $555 for employees to scour public records from governmental agencies, county, state and federal courts, educational institutions, past employers, news sources, the sex-offender registry, credit check companies amongst other things to make sure there's nothing in their past parents might want to know about.
You tell us: would you pay $555 for a nanny background check?
And, while we're on the topic, would you/do you use a nanny cam?
Let us know in the comments.