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Save money by avoiding Solocheck.ie

There was an article in the Irish Independent this morning entitled “Check out the firm before you sign up“. In it, the website Solocheck.ie was touted as a place where you can go to check up on a company before accepting any employment offers.

According to the article:

For about €6, you can check the status of a firm on www.solocheck.ie. The site will give you access to the latest financial accounts of any company you are thinking of joining, if they are listed on the site.

Yes, all good – the experts will definitely tell you that you should know all you can about companies you’re looking to for a job.

But ValueIreland.com tells you that you should save money wherever possible. So, for €2.50 you can get exactly the same documents from the Company Registration Office for Irish registered companies.

2 comments On Save money by avoiding Solocheck.ie

  • i wanted to know more about a certain firm in the news today i went onto solocheck to give my details i was informed i wouls be able to actitvate my account by going into my email when i activated it all my details came up and although i put in my password in dots to my horror my password was printed out how did that happen as when i typed it it was dots format i have tried to unsubscribe but it wouldnt work so i had to send an email orla

  • Thanks for the tip guys. I was just about to order a set of accounts on solocheck but at €50.50 it struck me as expensive so I googled solochecheck and saw your article. Got the same documents from the CRO for €20.

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