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What is Kroll?

Kroll is a consumer reporting agency that conducts background checks for multiple purposes and various clients, mostly in real estate or staffing. 

They offer a range of services for their clients, but the most relevant service that they offer is pre-employment and mortgage screening.

What Information is Used by Kroll?

Kroll conducts background investigation research to help their clients in the decision-making process.

Kroll uses the personal information of individuals from multiple sources to help their clients in terms of hiring, promotions, loans, etc. Kroll uses information that includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Social Security Number trace
  • Education verification
  • Employment verification
  • Credit history
  • Criminal records
  • Driving history
  • And much more!

What Should You Do If Your Kroll Report is Inaccurate?

Any company involved in background checks is bound to make mistakes. Their mistake can hold a heavy consequence on you such as losing a potential job. To protect your personal information from being misrepresented, the Federal Trade Commission has passed the FCRA.

Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) provides guidelines for background checks and screening reports. It states that if any data in a screening report is false or misrepresented, then it is the responsibility of the screening organization to fix the errors within 30 days. The organization is also responsible to ensure that you are not denied a job based on a false report. 

Moreover, the Act gives you the right to deny any background checks. You can also demand a copy of your screening report. Once you get your copy, scan through it to check if all the information is correct.

If any of your rights (listed under the FCRA) are violated, you should take legal action against Kroll or any other such consumer reporting agency.

Kroll Contact Information

  • Address: 55 East 52nd Street, 17 Fl
  • City: New York
  • State: New York
  • Zip Code: 10055
  • Contact number: (212) 593 1000
  • Website:

If any consumer reporting agency, such as Kroll, violates your rights and fails to correct them, you have the right to take them to court to protect your rights as a citizen of this country.

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