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If the Employer Finds Something Negative in Your Background 

By: Undisputed Legal/Skip Trace Department

If your background report has some negative information, be prepared to explain it — and the reason it shouldn’t affect your ability to do the job. Here is a description of your rights, depending on what type of negative information the employer finds: 

Criminal History or Other Public Records: 

If you don’t get hired or promoted because of information in your criminal history or other public records, the employer must tell you orally, in writing, or electronically: 

Rules For Using A Background Check For Employment

By: Undisputed Legal/Skip Trace Department

Some employers try to find out about your background by hiring someone to do a “background report” on you. Among the most common are criminal background reports and credit reports. But special rules apply when an employer gets a background report about you from a company in the business of compiling background information. 

1. Before getting the report, the employer must tell you that they might use the information to make a decision related to your employment, and must ask for your written permission. You don’t have to give your permission, but if you’re applying for a job and you don’t give your permission, the employer may reject your application. If an employer gets a background report on you without your permission, contact the FTC at ftc.gov or at 1-877-FTC-HELP. 

Background Checks – What You Need To Know

By: Undisputed Legal/Skip Trace Department

An employer may ask you for all sorts of information about your background, especially during the hiring process. For example, some employers may ask about your employment history, your education, your criminal record, your financial history, your medical history, or your use of online social media.

It’s legal for employers to ask questions about your background or to require a background check — with certain exceptions. They’re not permitted to ask your for medical information until they offer you a job, and they’re not allowed to ask for your genetic information, including your family medical history, except in limited circumstances.

Find People, Person Search, Background Check, We Do it All!

By: Undisputed Legal/Skip Trace Department

Skip trace is the process of locating a person’s whereabouts for any number of purposes. A skip tracer is someone who performs this task. The term “skip” refers to the person being searched for, and is derived from the idiomatic expression “to skip town”, meaning to depart (perhaps in a rush), leaving minimal clues behind to “trace” the “skip” to a new location

What You Should Know About Background Checks

When making personnel decisions — including hiring, retention, promotion, and reassignment — employers sometimes want to consider the backgrounds of applicants and employees. For example, some employers might try to find out about the person’s work history, education, criminal record, financial history, medical history, or use of social media. Except for certain restrictions related to medical and genetic information (see below), it’s not illegal for an employer to ask questions about an applicant’s or employee’s background, or to require a background check.

However, any time you use an applicant’s or employee’s background information to make an employment decision, regardless of how you got the information, you must comply with federal laws that protect applicants and employees from discrimination. That includes discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, or religion; disability; genetic information (including family medical history); and age (40 or older). These laws are enforced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

TIPS FOR COLLECTING ON A MONEY JUDGEMENT

If you won a Judgement you are now a Creditor and the losing side is a Debtor. The Debtor owes money to the Creditor and should pay the money due. But, collecting a judgment may not be easy. To begin collecting a judgment, the Creditor should contact the Debtor or Debtor’s attorney, if there is one, and ask the Debtor to pay. If the Debtor doesn’t pay, the Creditor has to find the Debtor’s money. The Court does not do this for you. Some of this information you can find out by making some phone calls or trips to government offices.

Try to find the Debtor’s bank: you or someone you know may have paid the Debtor with a check. If so, look on the back of the canceled check for the bank’s information.

Try to find out if the Debtor has a car: contact the New York Department of Motor Vehicles and find out the car model, year, license plate number and address where the car is registered.

Locating a Person with our Skip Trace Service

Whether it’s for civil or criminal actions, our professionals can help you track down anyone quickly and reliably. Our skip trace service employs real investigators, including former law enforcement agents, which trace your desired person or persons with a 90% success rate. Using high-tech programs we’ve purchased and a direct connection with the New York State Division of Motor Vehicles, we can find anyone, anywhere.

A basic skip trace provides a person’s name and aliases as well as current and previous addresses. A national comprehensive report provides an extensive background, including summary report, phones plus, bankruptcy, fictitious business name, people at work, criminal records, associates, relatives, neighbors, and much, much more.

For a comprehensive business report, you can learn the name, address and phone variations of a business, as well as their parent company, ID numbers, and industry information.  Pre-litigation reports are also available that provide address summary, property deeds and assessments, vehicle registrations, and more.

All skip trace service assignments are handled proficiently and quickly with a proven record of success. When you want your skip trace done right, let Undisputed Legal cover your legal needs. Call us today at 800-774-6922 to get more information about skip trace service.

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YOU CAN RUN… BUT YOU CAN'T HIDE!

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Choosing the Right Process Server Agency

Finding a Process Server Agency can feel like a very intimidating task, especially when you justice-423446_640haven’t ever had the need to do so before.  The process of how to determine which Process Server Agency to call, and then how to figure out if they’re the right fit for your case is sure to be an important one, and there can be no doubt that you want to get it right.  There are a couple of things that you should keep in mind as you look for the Process Server Agency that is right for you.

First, your Process Server Agency should be familiar with with the kind of case you have.   Many Process Server Agencies, like Undisputed Legal Inc., offer a variety of services and staff with more experience in Process Service, Court Service, Eviction Service, Skip Trace Service & Subpoena Service.  Taking advantage of a Free quote can be a great way to get a feel for what services Undisputed Legal Inc. can offer you, and whether or not they treat you as a person or case number.

This idea of being more that a case number is important because it can change the way the Process Server Agency handles your case.  Undisputed Legal in particular has personable customer service standards that makes it clear that you are a priority to their business.  This is so often the case because they have a feel for the struggles of that given area, and are invested in the well being of the people who seek out their help.  If you’ve been less than impressed by a Process Server Agency, you should feel free to find a different Process Server Agency without feeling guilty.  You are a person of worth, and your Process Server Agency should recognize this and treat you accordingly.

Your case is individual, and your Process Server Agency should treat it as such.  By using the knowledge and experience that they have gained in cases similar to yours, Your Process Server Agency should be able to give you useful information as you proceed through whatever legal steps your case requires.  With Undisputed Legal you can expect a more pleasant and effective legal experience with less stress and confusion along the way.

For more information on Process Service, Eviction Service, Skip Trace Service & Subpoena Service visit www.undisputedlegal.com or call us at 1-800-774-6922 for a free quote today.