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What disclosures do applicants sign?
What disclosures do applicants sign?
Charlie Cafazza avatar
Written by Charlie Cafazza
Updated over a week ago

Your applicant will need to provide us with their legal name, current address, date of birth, US issued Social Security Number (SSN). If your applicant does not have a legal middle name, they will be required to upload a copy of a government issued photo ID.

If a motor vehicle search is ordered, your applicant will need to provide us a valid drivers license details and a picture of their license.

If ClearChecks is conducting an employment verification, and the consumer does not utilize the Payroll login or paystub upload function, the consumer must Opt-In to permitting ClearChecks to verify current employment.

Below are the disclosures provided to applicants:

All US Applicants

  • Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act

  • E-Sign Notice Act

  • Consumer Report Disclosure

  • Consumer Investigate Report & Authorization

California Residents

  • California State Disclosure

  • San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance (if applies)

  • Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinance (if applies)

New York Residents

  • New York State Disclosure

  • New York Fair Chance Act Notice

  • NY Article 23-A of the New York Correction Law

New Jersey Residents

  • New Jersey State Disclosure

Massachusetts Residents

  • Massachusetts State Disclosure

Minnesota Residents

  • Minnesota State Disclosure

Washington State Residents

  • Washington State Disclosure

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