Employment Credit Report
Credit reports are a valuable tool in evaluating an applicant’s history of financial responsibility. Employers often request credit reports for executive or managerial positions, applicants being considered for insurance, collections, financial and/or entry-level accounting positions, or those with access to company funds. This search also includes Fraud Shield, which is an essential tool to protect against identity theft. This searches the OFAC Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) & Blocked Person list and the OFAC Sanctioned Countries, including Major Cities & Ports list.
An excellent search for management, cash handling, sensitive information, etc. type of positions. If requesting an Employment Credit Report, a Social Security Number report does not need to be requested, as it is the “header portion” of the credit report.
County Criminal Felony Record Search
County searches provides a criminal record search in any county, in all 50 states of the United States. These searches are accessed through the 3380 counties nationwide and for the specific county responsible for the applicant's current and/or former resident and/or work address and/or where they applicant has gone to school. Each court location within a different court jurisdiction is considered a separate criminal record search. In addition, multiple names used by an applicant are considered a separate search of criminal court record indexes. For instance, a maiden name, AKAs and former married names, are all considered a separate search of criminal court record indexes. All criminal record searches will be conducted to reflect a search of felony and/or misdemeanor when kept in the same court, for the last 10-year period, unless a 7-year search is required by law or requested by our customer. This search should also be used to investigate a positive “hit” on any database search, including the National Criminal Record Search, to insure compliance with FCRA and to practice Due Diligence by searching the county that the offense took place.
This search should always be used as an integral part of any background screening program!