Order Your Background Reports

Ordering Your Background Check Reports

Use this form to generate your own background report request letters and envelopes from the background check companies that sell your employment and criminal history data.

  • Accurint
  • BackgroundChecks.com
  • Checkr
  • Choicepoint
  • CoreLogic
  • CredentialCheck
  • Crimcheck.com
  • First Advantage
  • HireRight
  • Intellicorp
  • Justifacts
  • LexisNexis
  • Screening Reports
  • Sterling Information Systems

Remember to order your reports by certified mail and keep a copy of your request letter, just in case the credit bureau does not respond.  If you need instructions on how to order your credit report, check out our page on How to Order Your Credit Reports.  Feel free to call our office to discuss any errors you find at (888) 400-CREDIT | (888) 400-2733 or contact us through this site.  In Michigan, you can reach our office at (248) 208-8864.

Make sure to review your reports as soon as they come and look for errors, particularly notations that wrongly indicate that you have been convicted of a crime that you were never prosecuted for. 

Common Cases

You may have a case under the Fair Credit Reporting Act if you notice the following things on your background report:

  • Fraudulent identity theft accounts on your credit credit report.
  • Someone else's Information on your credit report.
  • Paid accounts still showing a balance due.
  • Reporting your accounts in good standing as charged off or in collections.
  • Discharged debts still reporting as owed.
  • Paid tax lies showing as still owed.
  • Derogatory accounts more than 7 years old still on your report.
  • Previously deleted accounts that have been reinserted on your report.
  • Duplicate reporting of the same account.

If you would like help with one of these problems, call (888) 400-CREDIT | (888) 400-2733 or contact us through this site.

“BUT WHAT IF I DON’T THINK I HAVE A CASE?”

Many people think that they don’t have a case. We can help you find out if you have one. By answering a few simple questions, our attorneys can get you pointed in the right direction.

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