Why Do Pop-Ups Appear Each Time I Order or View A Background Check?

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Background check information is protected by federal law: the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).  When you view background check information, you must certify that you understand and are complying with the requirements created by the FCRA.

General Certification 

You certify that you are complying with FIVE client responsibilities under federal law requirements promulgated by the FCRA.

  1. You have provided a disclosure letting the applicant know that a background check will be run. If ordering QuickApp, the system does this for you.  
  2. You have obtained the applicant’s signed consent giving you permission to run the background check. If ordering QuickApp, the system does this for you.
  3. You will not violate any municipal, state or federal law utilizing the information provided on the background check. 
  4. You will comply with Adverse Action requirements required by the FCRA if you decide not to move forward with the applicant due to information contained within the applicant’s background check.
  5. You certify that you are running the background check for a legally permissible purpose.

California General Certification 

You certify that you are complying with SEVEN client responsibilities under the FCRA and California Law.

  1. You have provided a disclosure to the applicant pursuant to California Civil Code 1786.16. If ordering QuickApp, the system does this for you.
  2. You have obtained the applicant’s signed consent to run the background check pursuant to California Civil Code 1786.16. If ordering QuickApp, the system does this for you.
  3. Client has provided the applicant the opportunity to check a box indicating that he or she would like a copy of any report generated. If ordering QuickApp, the system does this for you.
  4. You will not violate any municipal, state or federal law utilizing the information provided on the background check.
  5. You will comply with Adverse Action requirements required by state and federal law if you decide not to move forward with the applicant due to information contained within the applicant’s background check, including requirements identified in Section California Civil Code 1786.40.
  6. You certify that you are running the background check for a legally permissible purpose.
  7. You have otherwise met all requirements for obtaining a Consumer Report or Investigative Consumer Report under California law. 

Please Note: 

You may need to disable the pop-up blocker for your browser in order to view the Background Check Report.

 

You may view the Long Form Certificate information here: Long Form Certification

You may view the QuickApp Certificate information here: QuickApp Certification

You may view the Background Check Viewing Certificate information here:

 Background Check Viewing Certification

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