Chase Loan Officer Background Check

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ebay2478 in Brentwood, California

76 months ago

Getting ready to go through the Chase Background Check for a Loan Officer position. I know that they do a criminal background check, fingerprinting, drug testing and employment history (verify the dates of employment). Do they look into anything else? Please advise. Thanks.

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FightBack in I am the real FightBack, New York

76 months ago

ebay2478 in Brentwood, California said: Getting ready to go through the Chase Background Check for a Loan Officer position. I know that they do a criminal background check, fingerprinting, drug testing and employment history (verify the dates of employment). Do they look into anything else? Please advise. Thanks.

What do you think they will find?

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ebay2478 in Brentwood, California

76 months ago

FightBack in I am the real FightBack, New York said: What do you think they will find? sexualharassment-alltruth.blogspot.com/

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Recently had a background check performed by Wachovia and I popped up on an Internal Fraud Prevention Service report (IFPS) provided by Early Warning (www.early-warning.com/internalfraud/) This barred me from being employed by them. The report states that I have an unfavorable employment record with Bank of America.

This is very strange considering I resigned from Bank of America and was not aware of any of this or a problem when I left for a new job. I have no idea what it is even relating to. When I tried to contact Bank of America they refused to provide me with any information. They told me all I could do was dispute it, however, this is very difficult when I don't even know what to dispute.

I currently work for Wells Fargo. They did not access the Early Warning report prior to them hiring me so obviously the first I heard of it was when Wachovia did the check. I am wondering if Chase will access this database during the background check. Please advise.

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ebay2478 in Brentwood, California

76 months ago

FIGHTBACK_ in Amityville, New York said: yes they will. the background check is very elaborate

Do they utilize Choicepoint and Early Warning just like Wachovia?

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FightBack in I am the real FightBack, New York

76 months ago

FIGHTBACK_ in Amityville, New York said: yes they will. the background check is very elaborate

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FightBack in I am the real FightBack, New York

76 months ago

FIGHTBACK_ in Amityville, New York said: im jamie dimon

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victoria gregg in Houston, Norway

70 months ago

Companies hire private investigators to check on you. They especially look after your credit records, and if you have been filed with a case before.

Private investigators like this: www.izoninvestigations.com/

Check them out, maybe you can ask one of them...

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FightBack in I am the real FightBack, New York

70 months ago

victoria gregg in Houston, Norway said: Companies hire private investigators to check on you. They especially look after your credit records, and if you have been filed with a case before.

Private investigators like this: www.izoninvestigations.com/

Check them out, maybe you can ask one of them...


The same companies that just cost the tax payers $700 Billion Dollars in a bailout of companies who mismanaged money.

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Flithemback in Houston, Texas

26 months ago

Yes, I Chase do check it through Early Warming Services, LLC.

ebay2478 in Brentwood, California said: Recently had a background check performed by Wachovia and I popped up on an Internal Fraud Prevention Service report (IFPS) provided by Early Warning ( www.early-warning.com/internalfraud/ ) This barred me from being employed by them. The report states that I have an unfavorable employment record with Bank of America .

This is very strange considering I resigned from Bank of America and was not aware of any of this or a problem when I left for a new job. I have no idea what it is even relating to. When I tried to contact Bank of America they refused to provide me with any information. They told me all I could do was dispute it, however, this is very difficult when I don't even know what to dispute.

I currently work for Wells Fargo. They did not access the Early Warning report prior to them hiring me so obviously the first I heard of it was when Wachovia did the check. I am wondering if Chase will access this database during the background check. Please advise.

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