Check Yourself

Get a Better Job

Interview with Confidence

Knowing what is in your background report before it lands on a potential employer’s desk gives you a strong advantage over the competition. Did you know that 1 in 3 adults in the United States have some kind of criminal history? If your background report isn’t flawless, you aren’t alone. However, most people have no idea what will be reported until they’ve already been denied for a job. When you know what’s there, you can discuss it with a potential employer on your own terms, BEFORE a decision is made.

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Qualify for Better Housing

Land Your Dream Home

Renting can quickly become a nightmare if you have a record of any kind on your background report. It’s important to know exactly what is being reported and what your rights are. Many background screening companies allow records to show on background reports that cannot be used by landlords to make a decision to rent to a tenant. Smaller landlords aren’t always aware of the rules protecting tenants from being denied housing. Arm yourself with the information you need to ensure access to quality housing and fair treatment.

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Identify & Prevent Identity Theft

Look for Discrepancies

If you have already been a victim of identity theft, or want to ensure you never fall victim to it, monitoring your background report is an important part of this. From traffic fines to drug crimes, alias names are used by criminals all the time to avoid detection. Checking the activity associated with your Social Security Number will alert you to problems, and can guide you through the next steps of how to recognize and report identity theft.

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Safer Online Dating

Don’t Be Paranoid, Be Informed

Online dating has become the social norm for all ages. While stories of soulmates connecting across the Internet abound, so do stories of online meet-ups “gone wrong.” Are you getting ready to start seeing someone you’ve connected with online in person? Background check yourself and provide the results (don’t worry, your personal identifiers will not be displayed on your report), and encourage your date to do the same. If they don’t want to share it, there’s probably a reason why!

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Improve Your Background Report

Leave the Past Behind

You may not be aware that there are things you can do to clean up your background report, just like you can on your credit report. For example, many states now have laws that allow you to expunge (remove) or seal (hide) small crimes from your record if you keep your record clean for a couple of years after. You can also consider obtaining legal counsel to assist with this, too. Getting a copy of your background report will provide you with the basic information you need to get the process started right from home.

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Volunteer Background Reports

Satisfy your Volunteer Requirements

Most non-profits that work with at-risk populations, such as children, the elderly, people with disabilities, etc. will require a background check to work with their organization, even as a volunteer. If the non-profit you’d like to work with is asking for this, a report from can provide you with a comprehensive, secured report that you can deliver within minutes.

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