NATIONAL BACKGROUND CHECKS
A Smarter, More Accurate Approach to Employment Background Checks
What do accurate background check services tell you? They can tell you a lot of important information, ranging from a candidate’s personal information to his or her job or criminal history. You'll find out:
- Social Security Number (SSN) Trace
- Full Name, Alternate Names, & Aliases
- Date of Birth (DOB) Verification
- The candidate’s public records, including criminal information
- Current & Previous Addresses History
- 7-Year National Criminal Record Search
- Multi-State Sex Offender Search
- FBI Most Wanted & Terrorist Watch List
- INTERPOL Most Wanted List
- Federal, State, & Local Wanted Fugitives
- Federal & International Sanction Lists
Our on-demand and innovative solutions provide the most accurate, up-to-date information. You'll know you are getting a full picture of your candidate as an individual, and there won't be any unpleasant surprises that come to light after you've hired someone.
At American Notary USA, we search highly accurate data sources to uncover any information a hiring manager may want to know. We deliver this information quickly, out of fairness to your organization and your candidates. Let us provide accurate, easy-to-understand, need-to-know information that will help you verify whether a candidate is truthful, or whether there are any red flags you need to address before moving forward.
DRIVER RECORD SERVICES - CHECK MOTOR VEHICLE RECORDS
Why Access Comprehensive DMV Driving Records?
Motor vehicle records (MVRs) are an excellent way to evaluate job applicants and review the status of current employees by identifying those with unsafe driving records. This type of employee screening is critical for all employees who will drive vehicles or operate equipment as part of their job duties because it can lower the company’s liability risks.
MVR reports can also provide information that might be missed in a traditional background check. Employee driving record checks can show vital information, for example, in some states, convictions for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol are documented in the motor vehicle report, not the criminal court record. In these states, a criminal record check alone will not provide complete or accurate information about the driver.