LOOKING FOR A JOB? CHECK YOUR CREDIT REPORT BEFORE YOUR EMPLOYER DOES!
Are you looking for a job? Job applicants should request their credit report before their potential employers. In a recent article written by Claudia Buck, job applicants should get their free credit report to review it for errors and dispute the inaccurate information before the potential employers turns them down for employment based on the credit report.
Employers may pull your credit report with your permission, under the FCRA. Employers may also refuse to hire you based on your credit report, but the employer must give you notice of the credit report it reviewed before making an adverse action (i.e., refusing to hire you).
Have you recently been turned down for employment based on a credit report? Did the potential employer give you notice of the adverse action? Have you requested your free credit report from Equifax, Experian and Trans Union due to adverse action?
Contact consumer credit report lawyer Micah Adkins for more information.
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