Question from AllanB
I lived in the State of Georgia for my entire life. Other than maybe a speeding ticket (which I paid) – I never had any trouble – especially not the kind of trouble they make criminal records from. About a year ago I moved from Georgia to Nevada and I’ve been turned down for two jobs due to “something” on my criminal background check. The places can’t tell me what they are seeing but apparently it’s bad enough that no one will hire me. What can I do to get a copy of my own criminal record?
Answer from background-check.us.com
The problem you’re having isn’t exactly common but it does happen. There are a large number of checks and balances in place to catch duplicate entries and incorrect entries at the city and state level for criminal records reporting. However sometimes due to identity theft and sometimes due to good old-fashioned human error – there can be a record attributed to the wrong individual. Fortunately, it’s usually extremely fast and simple to clear up once you discover where the record is being reported out of. To find out the jurisdiction in Georgia that is erroneously reporting this criminal record – we recommend doing a Statewide search for Georgia on yourself. The results will appear instantly on your computer screen and you can start the process of clearing your name 10 minutes from now.