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October 29, 2015

Posted  October 29, 2015

The CFPB ordered General Information Services and its affiliate, e-Background-checks.com, Inc., two of the largest employment background screening report providers, to pay $10.5 million in relief to harmed consumers, and pay a $2.5 million civil penalty, for failing to take basic steps to assure the information they reported about job applicants was accurate. The serious inaccuracies reported potentially affected consumers’ eligibility for employment and caused reputational harm. CFPB