Friday, 03 May 2019 by subrosa
May 2019 The House of Representatives is reviewing a reform bill that may lead to significant changes to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), as reported by the Consumer Data Industry Association earlier this month. These changes will directly affect how consumer reporting agencies (CRAs) like Subrosa report information in our employment background checks. Most notably
Author: Ellie St. Aubin March 2019 What does a Private Investigator really do? When you hear the words “Private Investigator;” “P.I.;” “Private Detective;” or “Private Eye,” your head is bound to start spinning of fantastical ideas. What pops in your head first? Perhaps Sherlock Holmes, with the hat, a magnifying glass and a tobacco pipe?
We see it every day, and it seems like it’s everywhere. Eye-catching headlines tell us how investors are defrauded out of large sums of money after a deal didn’t turn out as promised. Things just aren’t always as they appear. The recent Fyre Festival debacle is a great example of this. Investors lost millions after
OSMOSIS 2018 Author: Brian Devine, Investigator I started working in the investigative field roughly a year and a half ago, and ever since then I’ve heard a lot about OSMOSIS and how beneficial the experience is. For those who are not familiar, OSMOSIS is a two-day conference focused on sharing the latest and greatest in
Employers are erring on the side of caution in the hiring process to avoid paying big bucks for non-compliance of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). A recent SHRM publication revealed that some businesses have already been forced into million dollar settlements because they weren’t compliant with FCRA. This year alone nearly 30 employers nationwide
The short answer is NO. If you’re only ordering a “Criminal Package” on your Applicant, then Restraining Orders and Orders of Protection are not covered because of their civil nature. A police report may be filed at the same time as a Restraining Order or Order of Protection, but if the victim doesn’t press criminal
Social Media Checks: What’s the latest? October 2016 A candidate comes across your desk and for most employers (approximately 60% according to Career Builder) it’s a natural next step to do a quick social media search. Maybe a look at their Facebook page.. or Twitter account… and then YouTube. Before you know it, you’re looking 54