Credit Checks

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Gathers detailed records from a credit reporting bureau or agency usually including payment history, credit accounts, bankruptcy notifications, and credit worthiness indicators.


Prospective employers or landlords looking to verify a candidate’s reliability and responsibility with financial matters

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Find Responsible And Reliable People You Can Trust

Understanding a candidate’s credit history allows you to better understand how reliable and responsible a candidate may be. It also provides a better understanding of their financial obligations.

These findings can be particularly important when hiring an individual that will have access to important financial resources or when looking for a dependable tenant. Running a credit check will help you:

  • Make an informed decision
  • Gain a better understanding of your candidate’s financial responsibility & reliability
  • Reduce your risk of negligible hiring liability, embezzlement or theft


What You’ll Get From A Credit Check

Credit checks allow insight into how a candidate has managed past bills or credit payments – a reliable indicator on how a candidate might handle your organization’s financial capital.

Credit checks do not report credit scores, however they may provide other essential information such as:

  • Notifications of bankruptcies
  • The candidate’s credit and payment history
  • A record of any unpaid bills held by a collection agency
  • Credit inquiries
  • Names and addresses of current and past employers


What You Need To Know

Take a look at some of our screening resources to help you stay compliant. If you have further questions you can see more on our Compliance and Blog pages

Fair Credit Reporting Act

What does it mean to be FCRA compliant? And what are your responsibilities as an employer to stay compliant?

Adverse Action

If the results of a background check prompts a decision to deny employment, the FCRA requires employers to follow specific adverse action steps. We have sample pre-adverse action letters available…

A Simple Guide To Running An Employee Background Check

Want to get started with employee background checks but you’re not sure where to start? We’ve outlined some simple steps on how to get started.