Credit history is highly recommended for any applicants who are applying for financial positions. This check can reveal a great deal of information about an applicant. All checks are done in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
Civil history is recommended on applicants who are being hired or promoted to executive positions. This search will provide a 7-year search of lawsuits filed by or against an individual or business including bankruptcies and liens, directly from the source. (County and State court and/or Federal District court).
Criminal On-Site History Record Search
This search will provide a 7-year search of criminal records directly from the source. Searches conducted outside the U.S. vary. (County and State court and/or Federal District court).
Driver history is recommended on all applicants, especially those applicants who are applying for a position driving company vehicles. The report will reveal motor vehicle violations, suspensions and revocations, and it will indicate the type of license granted and restrictions of use. Also, in some states, convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs are contained in the criminal court record and can only be revealed through a DMV check.
Education history is commonly falsified on resumes and job applications. We will verify a degree, credential or license received, as well as the date awarded (time information is received varies from institutions and states).
Applicants sometimes falsify employment information. We will verify dates of employment, position, and salary (where available) directly from previous employers.
We will contact colleagues and co-workers listed on the applicant’s resume or job application to obtain an assessment of the applicant’s capabilities, ethics and work record.
This trace serves as an identifier. It reveals names associated with a Social Security number, past and present addresses and it is an essential element in researching criminal history.
Workers’ Compensation searches report if the applicant has filed a claim for workers compensation in the state being searched. When using these searches, you must comply with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act).