AccuSource Background Check – Dispute False Info or Errors

Unfair Employment Background Checks: Know Your Rights

Updated on Author: Sergei Lemberg

Updated on Author: Sergei Lemberg

If you’re pounding the pavement looking for a job, you should be on the lookout for AccuSource. They run background checks on job applicants. Background checks can violate your Fair Credit Reporting Act rights. Learn more about AccuSource and your rights.

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What is AccuSource ?

AccuSource, Inc. was founded in 1999, and is based in Corona, California. The company offers employment background screening services in the United States and internationally. According to its website, AccuSource’s “passion is to deliver on the promise to afford the best employment background check service experience for both clients and their applicants.”

AccuSource provides a wide variety of screening and background checks. Its pre-employment checks typically begin by tracing your social security number. With your social security number AccuSource can pinpoint previous addresses and other names you may have used. It also gives the company a direct line into any criminal records. Their criminal records search taps into five different databases, ranging from county and state databases to the Nationwide Sex Offender Database.

AccuSource also verifies your education and employment histories, licenses and certifications, and credit history. They can also conduct drug and alcohol screening.

Contact Information

AccuSource, Inc.
1240 E. Ontario Ave., Suite 102-140
Corona, California 92881
Phone: 888-649-6272

Were You Harmed By False Information or Errors In Your AccuSource Report?

You may have a claim if a background check error cost you a job

Many employers use the background check as a cornerstone of their hiring decision. In other words, if your potential employer sees something they think is shady, you may not get a job offer. The thing is, the type of background check an employer conducts can vary greatly. Some employers request a cursory check, while others go so far as to search your social media accounts. Unfortunately, you may never know whether or not something in your background check is incorrect.

However detailed the background check might be, the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) protects you. It sets standards that require employers to get your consent for background checks. It also covers what a potential employer can and can’t do with the information they find.

If AccuSource or another background check company doesn’t meet the standards outlined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the law gives you the right to fight back.

If you feel you have been harmed by AccuSource, click 844-685-9200 ☎ NOW to call us or complete our case evaluation form. We will fight for your rights. You don’t pay a dime unless we win.

What are my Background Check Disclosure and Consent Rights?

A Summary of Your Rights Under the FCRA

It’s important to understand that, when it comes to employment background checks, you have rights. According to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you must give an employer permission in writing to conduct a background check. If you do give them permission, and then they deny you employment because of something contained in your background check, the law says that they must tell you so and provide you a copy of your rights under the FCRA.

In order for AccuSource to abide by the law in sending a potential employer your background check, the employer must attest to a number of conditions. For example, they must say that they’ve told you that they would like to run a background check and that you have authorized them to do so. In addition, they must say that they’ll provide you with a copy of your report if they use that information to deny you a job.

Your Right to an Accurate and Legally-Compliant Report

It’s up to AccuSource – or any other background check company – to produce an accurate background report.

For example, under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, your background report can’t contain information that is outside of a certain timeframe. Some court-related activities – such as arrest records, paid tax liens, debt collection accounts, and legal judgments – can’t be reported if they’re more than seven years old. The exception is that criminal convictions can be reported. Similarly, if you have a bankruptcy more than ten years old, it can’t be included in the report.

Your Right to Dispute Dispositions and Discrepancies on an Unfair Report from AccuSource

It’s not fair to be penalized for something in your background report if you don’t have a chance to see the item and contest it. That’s why the Fair Credit Reporting Act requires an employer to provide you with a copy of your background check report if they use the information contained within it to deny you a job or promotion.

Under the law, you have a right to file a dispute if you believe your background check had an error. When you do, AccuSource or another background check company has 30 days to investigate and correct the errors.

Your Right to Sue AccuSource if your Report Includes Mistakes, Inaccurate, or Illegal Info

Losing out on a job because of a shoddy background check costs time and money. If this happened to you, you may be able to sue in federal court. If you sue and win, you may be entitled to actual damages, or to statutory damages up to $1,000. You may also receive punitive damages, attorney fees, and court costs.


Job opportunities are hard to come by. If you’ve lost an opportunity because your employment background check was inaccurate, you should know that others just like you have sued companies like AccuSource for Fair Credit Reporting Act violations.

Those lawsuits cover a variety of issues, but some allege that the company conducting the background check didn’t take the time to carefully verify criminal background information. That resulted in incorrect listings of felony convictions, or perhaps expunged convictions or outdated arrests. Some complaints allege that the background report was for another person with the same or similar name. Others allege that information regarding things like education history or driving history was inaccurate. Still others accuse the background check company of not being properly responsive to disputes about inaccurate information.

Ready to Assert Your FCRA Rights?

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About the Author:

Sergei Lemberg is an attorney focusing on consumer law, class actions related to automotive issues, and personal injury litigation. With nearly two decades of experience, his areas of practice include Lemon Law (vehicle defects), Debt Collection Harassment, TCPA (illegal robocalls and texts), Fair Credit Reporting Act, Overtime claims, Personal Injury cases, and Class Actions. He has consistently been recognized as the nation's "most active consumer attorney." In 2020, Mr. Lemberg represented Noah Duguid before the United States Supreme Court in the landmark case Duguid v. Facebook. He is also the author of "Defanging Debt Collectors," a guide that empowers consumers to fight back against debt collectors and prevail, as well as "Lemon Law 101: The Laws That Lemon Dealers Don't Want You to Know."

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