Checkr is a background check company located in San Francisco, CA. Employers hire Checkr to handle pre-employment screening and background checks.
Checkr provides background check services for manufacturing, healthcare, non-profit, retail and hospitality, and education industries.
Notable Companies that have used Checkr for employment background checks
The screening services that Checkr offers include:
Errors, like incorrect criminal history, on Checkr background checks are common complaints. We have helped many job seekers that were denied employment due to background check errors. You are not alone.
Look at the Checkr complaints and Checkr reviews at bbb.org and you will see many others like you.
Incorrect criminal history on Checkr background checks can prevent people from driving for Uber and Lyft.
Old information can show up on a background check when databases are not up-to-date.
Non-convictions over seven years old should NOT be in your Checkr background check. In California, Kentucky, New York and New Mexico non-convictions CANNOT be on your Checkr background check at all. Incorrect criminal history on a background check can happen. It may be as simple as having the same name or similar address as someone that does have a criminal history. Perhaps, you had your record expunged and old information is on your background check.
It is the responsibility of any consumer reporting agency to make sure the information they provide is accurate and up-to-date.
Unfortunately, mistakes on background checks are common. This can be devastating. Luckily, there are laws in place to protect you. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) protects you from mistakes on credit reports and background checks.
These are summaries a few of our recent FCRA cases against Checkr.
Jerome Miller v. Checkr – NDCA. Mr. Miller was denied employment with Uber because Checkr inaccurately reported his license as being expired when it was not, on his Checkr background report. The case settled.
Johnny Young v. Checkr – NDCA. Mr. Young was denied employment with Uber due to criminal records that were inaccurately reported on his background report by Checkr. The inaccurate criminal records were a felony conviction that belonged to another individual with a different name than Mr. Young. Mr. Young disputed the inaccurate information and Checkr failed to correct it. The case settled.
Tyrone Gaskin Sr. v. Checkr – NDCA. Mr. Gaskin was denied employment with Uber due to criminal records that were inaccurately reported on his background report by Checkr. The inaccurate criminal records included 2 felony convictions that belonged to another individual with the same name but different date or birth as Mr. Young. The case settled.
The consumer protection lawyers at Francis Mailman Soumilas, P.C. are here for you.
Get the background check errors fixed, and get you any compensation that you may be entitled.
Call us right now at 1-877-735-8600 to get help right away. Or fill out the case review form on this page and a representative from our team will be in touch.
The help is free and there is no out-of-pocket cost to you. We only get paid when you win your case.
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