AccuFacts Background Checks

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Accu-Facts Company offers background check services to to employers in order to ensure they are hiring a trustworthy employee. These reports show employment history, credit and financial history, criminal history, previous addresses, education, and much more.

AccuFacts Pre Employment Background Check Errors

Mistakes on an Accu-Facts background check can be devastating. False employment reports may not only prevent you from getting a job but may also cause many other issues in your life, such as denial of promotion, denial of residence, increase in loan and interest rates, credit disapprovals and much more.

That is why it is important to make sure your background check is accurate, and that you know how to dispute any AccuFacts background check mistakes.

You should be monitoring your credit reports and any background information as best you can to spot any potential harmful errors.  There are even great apps available to help manage your credit. If an error is spotted, it should be relatively easy to have these removed through the credit bureau or credit reporting agency.

Sometimes, it is an employer or credit company that finds that notifies you of a negative item that may be an error.

If an error has caused problems and you are having a difficult time getting it removed from your Accu-Facts background report it’s time to contact Francis & Mailman.

Hire Francis and Mailman Today

Francis and Mailman will evaluate your situation with AccuFacts, and determine the best course of action to get your background check errors cleared up so you can get your life back. Fill out our form or call us today 1-877-735-8600 for a free case review.

AccuFacts Contact Information

Address Post Office Box 177
Zip Code 18074

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