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SecureCheck360 was founded in 2016, and is based in San Diego, California. The company offers employment background screening services in the United States and internationally. According to its website, SecureCheck360 can “tailor its services to meet the needs of almost any organization.” It boasts that “[a]s a testament to [its] global capabilities thousands of organizations worldwide, from small business to Fortune 500s, rely on [it] for their screening needs.”
The company provides virtually every type of screening and background check. Its pre-employment checks scour more than 3,300 county courts around the country and around the globe. The company offers drug tests to identify substance users before a job offer is made, and digs up motor vehicle reports on those applying for commercial driving jobs or those that involve driving company vehicles.
SecureCheck360 also validates social security numbers, resumes, education history, and immigration status. It offers to conduct social media searches on job candidates, and provides applicants’ credit reports.
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An employment background check can determine whether or not you get hired or promoted. A background check can be as simple as verifying your social security number, or as complicated as scouring your social media accounts. It may include a detailed report of your credit and criminal history – and you may never know whether or not the information contain in the report is correct.
Whatever the scope of the background check, the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) sets strict standards for how employers and background check companies get consent for and conduct background checks. It also covers what a potential employer can and can’t do with the information they find.
If a background check company like SecureCheck360 fails to meet the standards outlined by law, the FCRA gives you the right to fight back.
If you feel you have job prospects been harmed by SecureCheck360, click 844-685-9200 ☎ NOW to call us or fill out our contact form. We will fight for your rights, and our services are absolutely FREE to you.
What are my Background Check Disclosure and Consent Rights?
An employer can’t go behind your back to obtain a background check. According to the law, you have to give written consent in order for them to do so. If you give them permission and they use the information they receive to deny you employment, they must tell you so.
In order for SecureCheck360 to lawfully provide a potential employer with information from a background check, the employer must certify that they’ve clearly disclosed that they will seek a background check, that you’ve authorized the background check, and that they’ll provide you with a copy of the report and a summary of your FCRA rights if the information is used against you.
Your Right to an Accurate and Legally-Compliant Report From SecureCheck360
SecureCheck360 must take appropriate steps to ensure its report is as accurate as possible.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act limits the kind of negative information reported in a background check. For example, your background check can’t list lawsuits, judgments, arrest records, and debt collection activity that’s seven or more years old. It also can’t list a bankruptcy that is more than ten years old.
Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you are entitled to a copy of the background check report if the information contained in the report is the reason you didn’t get the job. If the report contains one or more errors or includes information that is off-limits, you have the right to dispute the information.
If you file a dispute with SecureCheck360, the company is responsible for investigating and correcting errors. They have 30 days to do so.
If inaccurate or illegal information on your background check report caused you to lose out on a job or promotion, the Fair Credit Reporting Act gives you the right to sue in federal court. If you sue and win, you can recover actual damages or $1,000 in statutory damages. In addition, you can recover attorney fees and court costs.
Many people who lost job opportunities due to an inaccurate or unfair employment background check reports have successfully sued companies like SecureCheck360 for FCRA violations.
Many of those lawsuits allege that the background check companies didn’t adequately verify criminal information, and listed inaccurate or expunged convictions. Others say that the report contained errors pertaining to the person’s educational background, work history, driving record, or credit information. Still others claim that the company did not handle disputes in accordance with the law.
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