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Insight Worldwide

What is Insight Worldwide?

Insight Worldwide is a credit reporting agency established in 2000. Under the leadership of President Bill Johnston, they primarily serve employers from various industries such as hospitality, transportation, manufacturing, retail, healthcare, and more. 

What Information Do They Check?

Insight Worldwide collects data of individuals to prepare detailed reports for their clients to help them in terms of hiring and promotions.

Insight Worldwide uses information from a variety of sources to help its clients filter out any risky candidates. They use the following information:

  • Educational history
  • Employment history
  • Identity verification
  • Address verification
  • Social media search
  • Credit reports
  • Criminal history
  • Driving history
  • Drug screening
  • Health screening
  • And more

Report by Insight Worldwide Contains Errors

Any credit reporting agency can make an error on your screening report. Their negligence can cost you a job or promotion. However, the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) protects you in such scenarios.

The FCRA states that if any of the information on your report is inaccurate or misleading, the credit reporting agency is liable to correct those mistakes within 30 days. You also have the right to deny any pre-employment background checks.

The FCRA also states that the agency has to provide you a copy of your screening report along with a summary of your rights under the FCRA. If you were denied a job or promotion, or your hiring process was delayed due to a false report, the screening agency will be held responsible. 

You should take legal action against the credit reporting agency if any of your rights are violated under the FCRA.

Insight Worldwide Contact Information

Address: 660 Hawthorne Ave NE

City: Salem

State: Oregon

Zip Code: 97301

Contact Number: (888) 314-8908

Fax: (888) 822-4121



If you have suffered because of Insight Worldwide or any other credit reporting agency due to false information or any other violation of the FCRA, you should sue the credit reporting agency immediately.

People are afraid of the time and money that goes into legal battles, luckily, Consumer Attorneys provide free case reviews in such scenarios. 

Consumer Attorneys understand that the legal process can be tough on individuals and so, they will not charge you a single penny until they help you win the case.

You can reach out by calling them at (800) 604-0466 or you can visit their website. If you have any queries, you can drop them an email at

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