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What is was founded in 1994 to provide background checks for future employees. They are headquartered in California but also have offices located in Texas and Florida. 

Apart from screening services, they also offer background check software. They serve clients from many industries such as healthcare, education, staffing, retail, and non-profit organizations. Some of their well-known clients are Texas A&M University, American Red Cross, and Forever 21. 

The clients use the information provided by to assist them in the decision-making process in terms of hiring and promotions. 

How Does Pre-employ Conduct Background Checks?

Pre-employ collects your personal information from a variety of sources and then uses that information to create detailed screening reports for their clients. The information they use is listed below:

  • National criminal records
  • Federal court cases
  • Statewide criminal records
  • County criminal records
  • Employment verifications
  • Education verifications
  • Reference verifications
  • SSN trace
  • Address history
  • Sex offender registry
  • Global watchlist records
  • I-9 and E-verify
  • Credit reports
  • Drug testing
  • OIG search
  • Healthcare sanctions background check
  • Motor vehicle reports

As you can see, the information they use is extensive and can fall subject to errors.

What Should you do if Your Screening Report is Flawed?

Making mistakes on a screening report is bound to happen. If it happens to you, you might lose a potential job or promotion. This can impact your future endeavors as well. To protect your career and your rights, you should dispute any errors directly to

The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) states that the screening agency is liable to correct errors within 30 days, once a dispute has been made. The agency should also ask you before conducting a background check. You can ask the agency to give you a copy of your screening report to check for errors.

You should scan through your report to check for errors. If there are and they did not resolve it within 30 days, you should take them to court for the damages they have done.

Get Started!

To file a dispute, you should reach out to using their contact details below:

Address: PO Box 491570
City: Redding
State: California
Zip Code: 96049
Contact number: (800) 300-1821

If they fail to honor your dispute, you should get legal help. If you do not have a lawyer, you should contact Consumer Attorneys. They are experienced in dealing with background screening companies and offer free case reviews. You can reach out to them through their website or call them at (877) 615-1725.

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