Employers must get your written permission to conduct a background check. In addition, if the employer thinks they might not hire, keep, or promote you because of something on that report, they must give you a copy of the report and a “Summary of Rights.”
If there are mistakes on that report, you are legally entitled under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) to have those mistakes corrected and a corrected report sent to your employer.
“We have worked with Mr. Baney for almost six years. We are beyond impressed by his strong character, honesty, and availability. His commitment to us as his clients has been above and beyond. His professional knowledge combined with his optimism has guided us through a difficult time. We continue to be grateful to have found him.”
JHB & JRB
“My wife and I had our identity stolen by a family member, who ruined our credit, costing me my career and causing us years of hardship. We paid thousands of dollars to companies who promised to fix our credit but who accomplished nothing. Mr. Nathan Baney took our case on a contingency basis (meaning we paid nothing out of pocket), filed a lawsuit, fixed our credit, and got us a better settlement than we thought possible. We can’t thank him enough and are grateful that we found him.”
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