TruDiligence 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 on the hunt for a job, you may encounter TruDiligence. If TruDiligence runs a background check on you, it’s important to know your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

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What is TruDiligence ?

TruDiligence is the trade name used by Asset Management Group, LLC, which was founded in 1993, and is based in Colorado. The company offers employment background screening services. It boasts that it “is a leading provider of applicant background screening products and services to businesses.” According to its website, the company is “a comprehensive applicant screening company that provides a complete arsenal of screening tools…”

The company promotes its services by providing employers with startling statistics. TruDiligence claims that more than a third of job applicants falsify the applications and close to a third of small business shutter due to employee theft and dishonesty. Against that backdrop, TruDiligence offers three packages, all of which do a social security number trace and reference the OFAC, otherwise known as the terrorist watchlist. The difference among the three is how deeply TruDiligence dives into an applicant’s criminal record.

The company is accredited by the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS).

Contact Information

3190 S Wadsworth Blvd, Suite 260
Lakewood, Colorado 80227
Phone: 800-580-0474

Were You Harmed By False Information or Errors In Your TruDiligence 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.

Whatever the scope of the background check, the Fair Credit Reporting Act outlines legal parameters regarding obtaining your consent for a background check and how potential employers can use that information.

If a background check company like TruDiligence fails to meet those standards, the FCRA gives you the right to challenge their findings and even sue them.

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What are my Background Check Disclosure and Consent Rights?

A Summary of Your Rights Under the FCRA

You have a number of background check and disclosure rights. For example, an employer is required to obtain your written consent in order to conduct a background check. Once the employer receives the background check, they are required to inform you if they didn’t offer you a job or promotion because of the background check.

This is all by way of saying that TruDiligence cannot hand over your information to an employer unless four conditions are met: 1) the employer has given you a standalone document that indicates the employer might conduct a background check; 2) the employer has your written authorization to conduct a background check; 3) the employer says that it will provide you with advance notice if they are going to take an adverse action based on your background report; and 4) if an adverse action is taken, the employer will supply you with a copy of the report and a summary of your rights under the FCRA.

Your Right to an Accurate and Legally-Compliant Report From TruDiligence

Under the law, TruDiligence must take reasonable steps to ensure its report is as accurate as possible.

The Fair Credit Reporting Act curtails the types of negative information included in an employment background check report. For example, certain legal actions – such as civil lawsuits, arrest records, paid tax liens – can’t be included after seven years. The report can’t list expunged convictions, though it can list other criminal convictions, regardless of date. In addition, the report can’t include accounts being handled by debt collection agencies if they’re more than seven years old. If you’ve successfully completed bankruptcy proceedings, your bankruptcy can’t be included if it’s more than ten years old.

Your Right to Dispute Errors on a Report from TruDiligence

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 TruDiligence, the company is responsible for investigating and correcting errors. They have 30 days to do so.

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

If you were not offered a job or promotion because your background check report contained inaccurate or illegal information, chances are good that you can sue in federal court. That is more straightforward than it appears, and can definitely be worth your while. That’s because, if you sue and win, you may be entitled to statutory damages of up to $1,000 or actual damages. In addition, you may be awarded punitive damages, attorney fees, and costs.

Actual Complaints

Many people who lost job opportunities due to an inaccurate or unfair employment background check reports have successfully sued companies like TruDiligence 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.

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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