Every year, American companies lose billions of dollars as a result of employee fraud. Conducting your due diligence before you hire is critical, particularly when you’re hiring for certain positions, like those in accounting and finance.

This service provides a direct search of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, which includes bankruptcy filings from 50 states, District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico. It determines if an individual or commercial entity has sought protection under federal bankruptcy laws. If they have, reports include debtor information, case number, jurisdiction, filing date, disposition date, disposition, and filing status.

Employment Credit Checks

When you’re hiring for positions with access to company financials and check writing privileges, an employment credit check is a critical step in the hiring process. The information uncovered can offer you additional insight into an applicant’s sense of integrity and personal responsibility toward their financial obligations. Report includes a credit history, details on bankruptcies, liens and judgments, and other names used, such as aliases and maiden names.