First Advantage offers many solutions for companies: background screening for tenants and employment, criminal records, credit history and so much more. In fact, First Advantage has delivered over 18 million background screenings to companies looking to assess risk when employing an individual.
First Advantage gets its information from FCRA-certified resources. Depending on the information that is needed, it pulls from over 350+ million data sources.
As a consumer in the United States, it is crucial to know that you and your purchasing behavior are monitored. Your credit history, employment history, and criminal history are all gathered in order for future companies or employers to determine how or whether they should work with you.
A criminal record on your First Advantage employment report can determine whether or not an employer will hire you. Because the affect of negative items on these reports and screenings is so paramount, it is imperative that you check them often for mistakes.
In most cases, there is no harm in a background check. However, when there is false information on a background check from First Advantage, it can become very harmful to you due to a loss of employment, housing, and more.
If you have mistakes on a background check provided by First Advantage, you have the right to dispute those errors. Do not let false employment reports ruin your credibility and prevent you from getting a job or home. If mistakes on your background check are preventing you from being employed and causing you serious stress, you may be entitled to damages.
Let Francis Mailman Soumilas, P.C. help you get your life back by fighting for you to get your background check errors corrected. Don’t let companies like First Advantage push you around; you can dispute your reports and we can help. Fill out our free case review form or call 1-877-735-8600 for a free consultation today!