An Introduction to Trackers
Trackers is a consumer reporting agency that conducts employee background screening, resident background screening, and volunteer background screening.
Trackers primarily cater to employers, employees, property managers, landlords, non-profit organizations, and religious facilities.
What services are offered by Trackers?
Trackers collect your personal data to help their clients make better decisions in terms of hirings, promotions, renting/leasing a property, etc. The clients use the data to assess the risk factor of their candidates.
The information that trackers collect can include your credit report, education history, employment history, criminal reports, and so on. The problem that occurs, at times, is that the information collected can easily get mixed up and that leads to an inaccurate/misrepresented report.
What Steps Should You Take if Your Information Has Been Misrepresented by Trackers?
Many consumer reporting agencies accidentally make errors on reports that can cause immense damage to the applicant. You can possibly lose a job, home, or a promotion, from the results of a misrepresented report. You can try to get your screening report fixed by Trackers by contacting them using the information below:
Address: P.O. Box 52028
Zip Code: 74152
Contact number: (800) 600-8999
Fax: (888) 743-7668
Trackers should be able to fix your report within 30 days. If they fail to do so, you should take them to court to pay for damages inflicted upon you. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) clearly states that a consumer reporting agency should fix errors on a report within 30 days of a complaint being made.
You are also entitled to receive a copy of your screening report along with a summary of your rights protected under the FCRA if your application is rejected based on a screening report. Your employer must also take your consent before conducting a background check.
Your Legal Support
If any of your rights have been violated because of a background check, you should seek professional help. Consumer Attorneys understand the pain and frustration that individuals face when they lose something important due to a misrepresented report. To make matters easier, they offer free consultations and will work on your case without charging any fees. They will only charge you if you win the case against the consumer reporting agency.
To start the legal process, get in touch with them now by visiting their website or calling them at (877) 615-1725. For more information, email them at email@example.com.
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