Accurate Background specializes in providing background checks and employment screening to both large and small businesses. When employers are hiring, or are doing a routine check on all their employees, they will often hire third-party companies like Accurate Background for employment verification services. They are a legitimate background check company, and some of the better known companies that have used Accurate Background screening services include Amazon, Starbucks, Sephora, Ross, Crate & Barrel, and the Cheesecake Factory.
What appears in your Accurate Background check depends on the screening services that your potential or current employer chooses.
Available services include:
The processing time for your Accurate background check depends on a variety of factors, like how many services the employer requested, holidays and weekends, natural disasters etc. You can always check with your potential employer or contact Accurate Background.
Pre-employment background screening can be the deciding factor a company uses when making the decision to hire someone. With so much riding on your background check, it is important that all the information is accurate; however, many times due to human error or outdated information, you may find mistakes on your background check.
If you find errors on your background check provided by Accurate Background, it is important that you know your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) about False Employment Reports.
Be sure to contact Accurate Background and dispute errors immediately.
When disputing an error, explain how the information should accurately be reported. Accurate Background then has 30 days to look into the error and correct the mistake. If the error is not corrected or if your dispute is ignored, you may be able to sue them.
We can help you fight back against false information on your background check.
The following are cases or complaints filed by Francis Mailman Soumilas, P.C.
Shaqueviauna Broom v. Accurate. – Ms. Broom was denied a job due to criminal records that were inaccurately reported on her background report by Accurate. The criminal record was inaccurately reported as a felony conviction with jail time served. In reality, the conviction and sentence were deferred pending her completion of an ARD program.
If your Accurate Background check is inaccurate and kept you from getting a job or a promotion, you may be entitled to damages. The consumer protection attorneys at Francis Mailman Soumilas, P.C. are here to help you fight back. Call us now at 1-877-735-8600 to get your free case review.