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EmployeeScreenIQ – Employment Screening

Employee Screen IQ offers screening services to employers that include the following: identity and credit, driving records, substance abuse and physicals, and more. You can also obtain a copy of your background check from EmployeeScreenIQ.

If you applied for a job and the employer did not hire you due to information obtained in a background check from Employee Screen IQ or any other background check provider, the employer must give you the name, address and phone number of the company that provided the report. You can also request a copy of the report. If you find mistakes on the background check provided by EmployeeScreenIQ, you have the right to dispute those mistakes.

Disputing EmployeeScreenIQ Background Checks

When you have disputed errors with EmployeeScreenIQ, and they refuse, or ignore your requests to correct the mistakes, you have the right to sue, and you may be entitled to damages

Hire a Consumer Protection Lawyer

The consumer protection law firm of Francis & Mailman can sue background reporting agencies for you and get you any damages that you deserve. Damaging errors will ultimately be corrected and you can get your life back. Fill out our free case review form or call now 1-877-735-8600.

EmplyeeScreenIQ Contact Information

Address: P.O. Box 22627
City: Cleveland
Phone: 800-235-3954 (Option 5)
Website: EmployeeScreen.com


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