Run Your Own Personal Background Check

Finding out about any errors before an employer runs your report gives you the opportunity to correct the information – and to let the hiring manager know about inaccuracies you’re working to fix.
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Mistakes Happen, And You Can Fix Them

Many people who apply for jobs are the subjects of background checks before any offers are made to them – sometimes before interviews are scheduled. Businesses have an obligation to protect themselves against dangerous or disruptive influences. Most employers conduct criminal background checks as well as employment and education verification during the hiring process, and some may conduct credit checks. Unfortunately, mistakes in records do happen.

Confirm Résumé Details

Any disparity between what you’ve listed and what your employer reports can raise questions about your truthfulness.

Avoid Surprises

If you have a common name, it’s especially important to check to make sure you won’t be mistaken for someone else.

Understand Your Record

Hiring managers are likely to have a better view of candidates who explain their record before the background check reveals it.

70% Of Employers Run Background Checks. See What They See.

Tell your own story, your way, by providing context for your records, disputing inaccuracies, or sharing your results with employers. Hiring managers love candidates who make their job easier.
Select from flexible packages and pricing to meet your needs. Take a look at some of our personal, self screening background check packages:

How to Run a Personal Background Check on Yourself

Running a personal background check on yourself periodically is a great way to ensure that you’re staying on top of your records. If you’re applying for a rental property, college, or a new job, it’s important that you check your criminal record, credit report, and online footprint thoroughly so you can contest any errors.

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