If you are interviewing for a job, applying for a housing lease, or in the midst of any other situation that will require someone to look into your past, you may have apprehensions about what your personal background check will show. Fortunately, you don’t have to wonder: at backgroundchecks.com, we provide an easy and affordable way for job seekers to check their backgrounds using the same databases that employers and other professionals use.
Access data from the Department of Corrections, Administrative Office of the Courts, and Sex Offender Registries covering all 50 states, plus Washington DC, Guam, and Puerto Rico.
Every report is uniquely generated based on your needs. Our reports provide information from various public record sources, and our database of more than 650 million criminal records.
Verify your personal background information by using the same databases that employers use. Our personal background checks will show information about prison and probation sentences, offense history, and more.
Knowing what employers are likely to see when they pull your record will give you peace of mind as you embark on your next job interview. If there are any surprises, you will see them for yourself when you run a personal background check.
What makes backgroundchecks.com the service of choice for job seekers who want to verify their own personal background information? Our proprietary criminal conviction database is the largest in the country, including more than 650 million criminal records from the Department of Corrections, Administrative Office of the Courts, and Sex Offender Registries covering all 50 states, plus Washington D.C., Guam, and Puerto Rico. Our database also includes data from national and international terrorism sources.
The depth of our database makes it a go-to asset for countless employers across multiple industries whenever they need to vet a new hire or re-check an existing employee. By giving you access to the same resource for a personal background check, we can provide you with an easier way to prepare for any pre-employment background check.