Evident’s Approach to Comprehensive Background Screening

March 11, 2020

How Evident Does Background Checks

Companies that are hiring a new employee, screening a tenant, or checking credit scores for any other reason, may need to demonstrate compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act or FCRA.

Diligent background checks not only help ensure compliance with FCRA, but they can also reduce fraud and streamline the applicant onboarding process. Companies need a faster and more secure way to screen applicants and Evident is here to help through a single secure API.

Evidence helps businesses screen applicants by validating their data against robust criminal, commercial, and financial activity records. And with evidence unique distributed data model protected with end-to-end cryptography, companies can access as much or as little background check information as they need, so they never have to assume liability for holding or handling personal data.

It’s easy to use and integrate. Here’s how it works. Start by customizing your policy based on criteria that would qualify or disqualify an individual from participating in your platform.

Next, choose the volume of data necessary for you to adequately vet your applicants anywhere from granular specific details.

To broad categorical facts, send your background check request to the individual with minimal data entry and friction View background check results to quickly screen candidates that don’t meet your policy requirements and let Evident handle the pre-adverse action disputes and adverse action complexities with basic, standard, and pro-level packages.

Evident’s background check solutions support a wide range of assurance levels to meet your specific business needs. Helping businesses of all sizes and industries access the most comprehensive and reliable background check results with less friction and risk. That’s the power of Evident.

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