QuickApp Certification


By clicking the ‘Order QuickApp’ button below, Client is placing a Background Check order on the identified individual. In addition, Client is generating an electronic invitation to the identified individual designed to enable receipt of the Client’s FCRA disclosures and state law notices and giving consent for Client to obtain a Background Screening report. When the identified individual (‘the Consumer’) has completed the disclosure and authorization process, MinistrySafe/Abuse Prevention Systems will be notified that an order is ready for processing. 


When MinistrySafe/Abuse Prevention Systems receives this notice, Client is certifying that: 

  1. A clear and conspicuous disclosure has been made in writing to the Consumer by Client (in a document that solely consists of the disclosure), and that disclosure satisfies any and all applicable requirements of Section 604(b) of the FCRA; 
  2. The Consumer has authorized in writing the procurement of the Consumer Report being ordered; 
  3. Information from the report to be provided by MinistrySafe/Abuse Prevention Systems will not be used in violation of any applicable Federal or State equal employment opportunity law or regulation, or any other applicable law; and 
  4. Client will comply, if applicable, with the Adverse Action requirements described in Section 604(b)(3) of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, as well as any other pertinent Adverse Action requirements. 


In addition, if Client is ordering an Investigative Consumer Report as defined by the FCRA, Client certifies that it has provided the Consumer the disclosure identified in FCRA Section 606(a)(1), and has met all other requirements for obtaining Investigative Consumer Reports. Client also certifies that, upon receipt of a request by the Consumer for additional information about the Investigative Consumer Report being ordered, Client shall completely and accurately disclose in writing the nature and scope of the investigation, and shall do so not later than five (5) days after the date on which the request for additional disclosure was received from the Consumer or the date the Client first requested the report, whichever is later. In all instances, Client has complied with and will continue to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local Background Screening laws.


For California Clients:

In addition, if the Consumer lives in California, is applying to work in California or works in California, by having MinistrySafe/Abuse Prevention Systems prepare a Report for Client, Client is certifying that: 

  1. Client has complied with all disclosure and authorization requirements set forth in California Civil Code 1786.16;
  2. Client has provided the Consumer with means to check a box indicating that the Client would like to receive a copy of any report received by Client from MinistrySafe/Abuse Prevention Systems;
  3. Client will comply with any Adverse Action requirements set forth under California law (including those identified in Section Cal. Civ. 1786.40) if applicable; and
  4. Client has otherwise met all requirements for obtaining a Consumer Report or Investigative Consumer Report under California law.


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