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Are you interested in knowing more about what information exists in public records that concern yourself? You may be applying to work as a vendor or independent contractor and need a verified third-party background check. Infortal can make this easy for you by supplying a Certificate of Background Verification independently to your prospective employer or client.
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A Certificate of Background Check and Background report will be provided to third parties by Infortal upon request when report is completed!
Are you applying for a new job and concerned about what information may be revealed during a background check? These are normal concerns that many people share. Sometimes a person has experienced a problem in some area of their life and they’d like to know if it is still there in public records several years later. We are happy to assist you in understanding what information is “out there” in the public records domain about you.
Many problems can be prevented by conducting a thorough background check. Criminal records are the first thing to look at, including both felony and misdemeanor convictions.
We also recommend checking criminal history for all AKA (Also Known As) names and additional counties the person has resided in. Many criminals know that if they move from one county to another that many companies will not check for the prior counties of residence. This information will show on the person’s social security number trace. Many people have additional names, this includes people who use their middle name instead of their first name, an adopted parents’ name, other legal name changes, and maiden names.
Also you should review the person’s driving history—do they have a suspended or revoked driver’s license? Do they have drug or alcohol abuse problems showing up on their criminal record or driving history? Have they ever been convicted of any violence-related offenses, evasion of police, road rage, or reckless driving—obviously these would be a red flag issues for a Caregiver who will look after your loved-ones.
Check prior employers for the person’s work history and pay attention to whether or not the employer would rehire them. Always ask for references and spend the time checking these, see below.
Check the applicant’s degree to be sure they have graduated from the university or college that they are claiming.
Remember that background checks only review a “snapshot” of information available in the public records. To be more thorough we highly recommend conducting reference interviews with at least 6 people that know the Contractor. These references should be people that know the person well and should not include friends or family members.
We recommend that you conduct these reference interviews in person, however we can conduct them for you if you choose.
If the position requires a professional license this can also be verified.