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A-Check America provides criminal background check services for companies seeking to look more into their prospective employees.  In addition to looking into the person’s criminal record, performing public search, and verifying education, training, licenses and employment, A-Check can also pull credit reports.

A-Check will also gather credit history through a credit report taken from a national credit bureau.  The credit history can include information such as account types, number of accounts, outstanding balances,  bankruptcies, liens, judgements, etc.

Criminal Background and Employment Report Errors

Did the criminal background check or credit report provided by A-Check America have errors or mistakes about your background?

Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, every person has a right to have their credit information reviewed and any errors disputed.  In fact it has been said that one in every five Americans have an error or mistake on their credit report.  This means that the chances of you having an issue on your current credit report is high.

Monitor Your Reports Often

It is very important to view your credit and criminal background history on a regular basis. According to the FCRA, you are entitled to receive a free copy of your credit report annually.  And if you live in certain states, you may have the right to receive more than one copy a year.

States where you may be able to receive your credit report more than once a year are Georgia, Colorado, Puerto Rico, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Maryland.

You can also ask to review your background check and scan it for reporting errors.

How to Dispute an Error

If you have spotted an error on your background check, contact our firm today to get a free case review.  We can help you determine the best course of action to get any mistakes resolved.

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