2018: Background Checks Can Be Wiped Clean
Criminal Statistics in USA:
- 70 Million American's have a criminal record
- 1/3 Americans of Working Age are negatively impacted
- Our Economy is hurt by bad Background Checks
If you have been arrested in the United States, chances are good that your background check exists on 40+ background check databases. It's time to fix that, but how?
New rules in 2018 are allowing registered agents to engage Background Check companies and remove consumer arrest records from their database. This includes Mugshots, Arrest Records and other harmful information that could prevent you from getting a job. People are already enrolling in Arrest Record Removal programs.
What does this mean for
people with an arrest record?
This means that you can get a
fresh start. By having your
online arrest records removed,
nobody will be able to see you
were previously arrested
without DMV or Court Records.
You can confidently apply for a
job or position knowing your
records are clean.
It's very important to
the difference between Online
Arrest Records and Official
Court and DMV Records are
internal records only
government officials and
lawyers representing you
have access to. Not your boss, HR Dept. or any other third party.
They can only be removed by Legal Expungement or Record Sealing.
However, those records aren't the ones being searched in Background Checks. Background Check companies are private databases that can alter their files without any lawyer or expungement.
Over 100 Million Background checks are done annually.
Poor Background Checks can affect more than your personal record. They can impact your:
- Employement Status
- College Acceptance
- Credit History
- Insurance costs
- Personal life
- Social life
- Susceptibility to BlackMail
- Ability to get a raise or promotion at work
- Children's access to private schools.
- and many many more!