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What is BackgroundChecks.com?

BackgroundChecks.com provides background check and credit check services to businesses and employers. Their services include criminal background checks and employment and education verification. These services must not be taken lightly. The information contained in these reports from BackgroundChecks.com can do serious harm if they are inaccurate.

Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, reporting agencies must follow certain rules and standards. Most consumers think that the law only refers to credit reports, however, it also protects consumers against false employment reports. Errors on your employment report can be very damaging.

Dispute Errors on Your BackgroundChecks.com Report

BackgroundChecks.com must be sure that all material within the credit report or background check they issue is accurate. Not only is BackgroundChecks.com responsible for making sure there are no errors, so is the person or business using the reports for screening. If there are inaccuracies, consumers must be able to dispute errors or mistakes. Consumers also must be notified of negative items of their report when it has an effect.

Trying to dispute background check mistakes can be very stressful and time consuming. If you are struggling to get errors fixed give us a call right away, we know exactly how to get mistakes fixed and get you any compensation you may deserve. Call now 1-877-735-8600 or fill out our form for a free consultation.

Contact Information for BackgroundChecks.com

  • Address: P.O. Box 353
  • City: Chapin
  • State: South Carolina
  • Zip Code: 29036
  • Phone: 866-265-6602
  • Fax: 866-306-9258
  • Website: www.BackgroundChecks.com

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