background check

  The name, “Michael Davis”, represents an All-American apple pie and baseball lovin’ American son.  And it’s popular; Over 16,000 Americans are named “Michael Davis” right now. Maybe there’s a Michael Davis out there in the dating world.  So he meets a gal and she quickly does an internet …

Deceptive job candidates are not spies but they have something to hide and sometimes spend a good amount of time in intelligence gathering, Reconnaissance (Recon), and Sabotage. Imagine you were a consultant falsely providing a degree on your resume you did not receive, or if you had …

We’ve noticed 4 signs a job candidate will fail the background check and will likely disqualify from your position after we finish our investigation. Deceptive job candidates have something to hide.  Sometimes they have an undisclosed criminal history, a warrant issued decades earlier, a pending case, …

The right to dispute a background check report is provided by the Fair Credit Reporting Act, FCRA.  The law is there to dispute reporting errors to ensure the candidate is fairly treated and not eliminated from job consideration due to inaccurate information on the report. …

Everyone’s got a story.  Some candidates like to voluntarily tell us theirs.  Like a confessional, the process of being fingerprinted can sometimes encourage people “to tell all.”  Is it a guilty conscience or a need for empathy?  We are not sure but whatever the reason, …

Unfortunately innocent people are accused of criminal records on background checks everyday, and it can be devastating for those denied employment.  The only way to combat this problem is with an investigation layer.  “I Was Framed – Good News and Bad News” Story 5  is …

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