As a consumer reporting agency, Pre-Check must be careful about how we handle your applicant’s information, what we report to you, and how we report it.
1. Have given the applicant the required disclosure statement and received written authorization for the background check.
2. Will comply with the all the requirements if you use information from the background check to take adverse action against the applicant.
Pre-Check requires a copy of the release with every request, which decreases the chance of any additional delay and provides us with proof that you have received permission from the applicant.
We keep the copy of release on file so we can furnish it if the permission is ever questioned. If you need a copy of a signed release, contact a Pre-Check representative.
In addition, we are required to inform you of any failure to pay overdue child support as long as that failure is not more than 7 years old and has been verified by a governing agency.