Knowing what others might find on your background check prevents unknowns from popping up on your personal information that you may not be aware of.
Post your results on a resume or share them during an interview to show that what you say and what they see is consistent because you’ve done your due diligence.
If something does show up on your personal background check, you’ll know exactly what it is, and can add notes to your results and provide clarity during an interview.
Proactively find and dispute any errors on your background before someone else screens your information. Don’t wait until a potential employer or landlord discovers the mistake.
of employers conduct at least one type of employee background screening
of employers who run background checks are looking for criminal records
of landlords believe background checks are essential to finding genuine applicants
* Investigations that include jurisdictions within the state of New York will have an additional fee of $95.00. To include the state of New York in your background check, please select the “Premier plus New York” package option.
* All required fields must be answered. Even though the middle name is not required, please enter your legal middle name or enter “NMN” in that field if you do not have one to get the most accurate report possible.
*Orders start to process immediately upon submission and cannot be changed or modified. Do Not Use Autofill during your data entry.
What type of mistakes do people typically find?
Mistakes can occur due to identity theft, confusion because of common names, outdated information from separate sources like credit reporting agencies, and typos or transcript errors made at the courthouse.
How do I get my background check?
Simply choose a plan, verify your identity, and then conveniently access our applicant results portal to view your report.
Where can I go if I have questions?
Contact our support team directly at email@example.com.
What if I find a mistake?
You may dispute mistakes through our Compliance Department We’ll investigate the dispute and fix the data if it is inaccurate.