Could a Background Check Pull Up Someone Else’s Record?

Many people have come across a Credit Report showing erroneous information. Once you are aware of the erroneous information, you are able to refute it and make your explanation or truth become part of the record and in many cases have the erroneous information entirely removed from your credit history. So what if an employer pulls up a background check on you that contains erroneous information that perhaps contains information from a different person but is under your identification? Is it a good idea to get your own background check report in order to ensure you know what employers are seeing? Once they pull the report, will you have a chance to refute the information?  Let’s see what Kenneth Coats, Founder of eKnowID has to say at Huffington Post.

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