General Screening Services
Search Types... with all the details
Social Security Number (SSN) Trace
Reveals an address history and uncovers alias names. Additionally the Social Security Number Trace will tell you when the social was issued and in which state. If the SSN provided by the applicant cannot be verified the search will indicated such. This search does verify identity or verify right to work status.
This search is often run in conjunction with the National Criminal Database search because it enable alias names to be developed and searched.
National Criminal Database plus Sex Offender & Global Report
A multi-jurisdictional database search consisting of millions of records from hundreds of sources from across the country, including but not limited to: state and county court records, Department of Corrections, Administration of the Court. This search also includes a 50 state Sex Offender Registry Search and a Global Report.
Global Report includes searches such as, but not limited to: Patriot Act Watch List, National Security & Terrorism Watch Lists, Office of Foreign Asset Control, Denied Persons List, Interpol Most Wanted List, Office of Inspector General, General Services Administration - Excluded Parties System List
The Sex Offender Registry Search is a single source search accessing all individual state sex offender registries. This search provides information on sex offenders that are required to register within their state as sexual/violent offenders.
Social Media Screening
A social media search that involves a combination of technology and human expert analytics to identify a subject's online presence. Once the subject's risk profile is correctly identified, seven (7) years of publicly available content is reviewed for business-related behaviors - racism/intolerance, violence, potentially illegal activity, and sexually explicit material. A report is then created with a summary of screenshot examples of flagged, actionable material. The last step includes a unique Protected Class Safety Feature, redacting protected class information pertaining to the subject. The Social Media Report Pro provides insight into a subject's online behavior and appropriateness as a fit for a company's basic code of conduct, values, or social media policy while limiting the risk of a negligent hire and preventing employers from unintentionally applying bias to an employment decision.
County Criminal Records Search
A search conducted at the county courthouses throughout the US to uncover misdemeanor and felonies. These searches are indexed by the applicant's name, date of birth and other identifiers (Drivers License Number, Address or SSN when available).
Federal Criminal Records Search
A search of the federal district court(s) under the subject's name. Cases filed at the Federal level involve matters involving; immigration, drug trafficking, embezzlement, wire fraud, and counterfeiting.
Statewide Criminal Records Search
A search of the available statewide criminal database repositories. This search indexed by name and/or date of birth.
NOTE: Statewide database searches are not available in every state.
A search for individuals and businesses excluded or sanctioned from participating in Medicare, Medicaid, or other federally funded healthcare programs. This search is often referred to as FACIS (I, II, III) or Medex. Our detailed healthcare sanctions searches include accessing records from the following official entities: OIG (Office of Inspector General), GSA (General Services Administration), FDA (Food and Drug Administration), DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency), Action taken by licensing boards in all 50 states.
Bankruptcies, Liens & Judgments
This nationwide search of public records will give you visibility into information previously found in credit reports. The search returns bankruptcies filed as recently as yesterday and searches more than 100 million liens and judgements records at the federal, state and local level.
Searches conducted directly with the DMV in the State where the license of the applicant was issued. The search reveals a full name, date of birth which assist in identity verification.
Reports access 3-7 years of license data, depending on the state and may include information such as: license status, suspensions, revocations, moving violations, DUIs, chargeable accidents, court appearances and departmental actions.
Credit Report - Employment
The Employment Credit Report is accessed through the credit bureau(s) and provides candidate credit history, including identifying information, employment history, outstanding debt, payment history, loans and mortgages, late payments and defaults and credit inquiries. Please note, that Credit Reports – Employment screening purposes cannot and should not include a credit score or FICO.
Credit Report - Tenant
The Tenant Credit Report is accessed through the credit bureau(s) and provides candidate credit history, including identifying information, employment history, outstanding debt, payment history, loans and mortgages, late payments and defaults and credit inquiries. Please note, that Credit Reports for Tenant screening purposes will include a credit SCORE.
County Civil Records Search
A search conducted at the county courthouses throughout the US to uncover civil case filings. These searches are indexed by name only and can include small claims, unlimited civil, class action suits, and unlawful detainer actions where your applicant is a plaintiff or a defendant. and felonies. Civil cases are indexed by name only in most jurisdictions so a full extraction and case review is often required to determine if the cases pertain to your applicant.
Federal Civil Records Search
A search of the federal district civil court(s) under the subject's name. Federal civil cases often involve ; Bankruptcy, Appeals, Trademark Infringement, White Collar Crimes, SEC/Regulatory Violations and RICO actions. It should be noted that Federal Civil cases are indexed by name only and will reveal cases where the applicant is a plaintiff or defendant. A full extraction and case review is often required to determine if the cases pertain to your applicant.
Consent Based Social Security Number Verification (CBSV)
With the consent of the applicant / SSN holder, CBSV is used to determine if the SSN holder's name, date of birth, and SSN match SSA (Social Security Administration) Records. CBSV searches return a match verification of YES or NO. If SSA records show the SSN holder is deceased then CBSV returns a death indicator. CBSV does not verify an individual's identity.