We Can Get You Compensation for Errors on Your Employment Background Report.
EMPLOYER’S DUTIES UNDER THE FCRA
First, your employer must have your permission or consent to pull a background check report on you.
If you are denied a job or a promotion then the employer must give you a copy of the background check report, a document called Summary of your Rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and notice to dispute any errors on your credit report BEFORE the employer take any Adverse Action against you.
You have the right to dispute the errors on your background check report BEFORE the employer denies you a job or a promotion.
Second, if you discover errors on your background check report then you should immediately dispute the errors with the background check company and keep copies and records of your disputes. Also request the background check company to send updated reports to your employer after the investigation is completed.
Third, if your employer take adverse action against you (denies you the job or promotion) then According to the FTC, under the FCRA adverse action notices must include the following information:
- (1) The name, address and phone number of the consumer reporting agency that supplied the report
- (2) A statement that the consumer reporting agency didn’t make the adverse decision and can’t explain why the decision was made.
- (3) Notice of your right to a free copy of your credit report from the consumer reporting agency if you ask for it within 60 days.
- (4) Notice of your right to dispute the accuracy or completeness of any information provided by the consumer reporting agency.
- (5) Your credit score(s), if the score(s) was used to evaluate your application for credit.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act is a Federal Law that protects consumers from errors on Employment Background Check Reports.
WE CAN GET YOU COMPENSATION FOR YOUR EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND CHECK ERRORS