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    Background checks include credit history, criminal history, driving records, academic history verification, and past employment checks. However, background checks are regulated and covered by the Fair Credit Reporting Act of 1970. What is the Fair Credit Reporting Act? The Fair Credit Report Act (FCRA) was passed in 1970 and is enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and private litigants. The FCRA is a United States Federal Government legislation that was created to help ensure accuracy, fairness, and privacy of consumer information that is obtained in files held by consumer reporting agencies. The Fair Credit Reporting Act along with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act form the basis of consumer rights…

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    Fico Score

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    Dr. Shakespeare Credit score & credit bureaus Made by the Fair Isaac Corporation, FICO is the best-known credit scoring framework in the United States. In view of the data in your credit report, your FICO score is figured utilizing unpredictable, restrictive equations that measure the measure of obligation you convey in respect to your accessible credit, the auspiciousness of your installments, the kind of obligation you convey, and a considerable number of different components to allot you a…

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    because they provide security for our people, help others chances at getting well paid jobs plus jobs in general, help your social skills in the office, and keep your records and credit reports safe. Background checks are important to the economy because they provide security…

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    Private employers also have an absolute right to regulate or prohibit any category of “unprotected” speech such as obscenity or “fighting words.” Further, all employers must take action against employees that create a hostile work environment including engaging in speech that would constitute harassment. What private employers cannot prohibit is speaking on behalf of yourself and coworkers in order to improve work conditions or for objecting to an illegal condition of activity. The National…

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    sit with each candidate, the team should develop an interview strategy. The interview strategy outlines the requirements and criteria of the position and may compose specific questions to ask during the interview. All parties who will interview potential employees must understand the prerequisites of the position to choose the best candidate. Reference Checks The final step of the selection process is to check references. Pre-employment inquiries consist of reference, credit, and background…

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    Different types of background checks include a criminal records check, credit check, reference check, driver’s record check, and a social media check. In considering an applicant’s criminal history, employers will gather information in one of two ways: applicant self-reports on a job application or a criminal history check conducted by an outside vendor. An employer must consider the relevance of the offense to the position being applied for or currently holding, to include severity,…

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    Credit Score Important

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    Have you been assigned a poor credit score by the financial institutions? You must take steps to repair your credit score immediately as a poor credit score can have a lot of undesirable consequences. Here are some tips for fast credit repair: 1) Use your old credit cards - Here's a trick that most people don't know about. Experts suggest using your old but valid and usable credit cards. Since the card is old, its date of issuance would be earlier than the present credit lines and credit…

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    Case in point, The Helping Families Save Their Home Act of 2009 states that if there is no assignment filed, the lack of assignment makes the lien unenforceable and it loses its priority. Making our claims for prescriptive title just and valid. Our claim on our home is the only one without defects. This state 's statute was not addressed by the federal court, and because our state claims were pending before the dismissal of Bennett I, we can still have our state claims heard in state…

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    to protect and keep up over your life is your credit score. It is vital as if you want to take out a loan or finance the lender will use the score as part of the assessment process of deciding if to lend you the money or not. High limit credit cards the applicants must have a great score to qualify due to the level of risk the lender is taking. By having a great credit score it will give you access to the best APR rates which will save you thousands of pounds over the duration of your lifetime.…

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    Consumer Credit: Too Easy To Fail What comes to mind when the term “credit” is used varies from person to person. Maybe credit means a pair of shiny new shoes, or just a fun shopping trip in general. Or maybe credit invokes stress when a pile of bills and late notices comes to mind. Or maybe, nothing comes to mind at all, because cash is king. Like everything, credit over the years has evolved. It has changed its face and grown into something much different from when it began. In today…

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