FirstPoint offers background screening services to business, for pre-employment screening, tenant screening, student screening and volunteer screening. If you have applied for a job, volunteer work, or tried to rent a house, FirstPoint may have been the company to issue the background check with your information.
The frustrating thing is, that even if you have never been in any trouble, errors on background checks and credit reports are so common that you are just as at risk of being denied as someone with a criminal history. That is why it is crucial for FirstPoint to make sure their background checks are 100% accurate and up to date. Mistakes on background checks can be devastating, causing job loss, and ruining your reputation.
If you find mistake on your FirstPoint background check, don’t hesitate to dispute them right away. Letting them sit could cost you even more.
If you find mistakes on your report it could be a simple mix up of a name or birthdate causing a merge of your information with another person. You are allowed to find out what negative information FirstPoint has issued, and if it is false you may dispute it and have it fixed. You will need to contact FirstPoint in writing, you can view our sample dispute letter to get you started. If all of your effort is not working, and you are still trying to get mistakes corrected, call us today, you may be entitled to damages.
Don’t let the errors on your FirstPoint Background Screening affect your job and housing potential. Get a professional to help you clean up your reports and screenings. It is not fair for you to punished for errors of others.
Call Francis Mailman Soumilas, P.C. today (855) 735-8600 or fill out our form for a free consultation. We will look over your reports with you and discuss methods to get disputes resolved. We will also help you to see if there are any fines that could be assessed on the offending credit reporting agencies.
We are ready to help you through this difficult process.
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