Report ElementsLevel I: Clerical and Admin. PositionsLevel II: Entry-level Accountant PositionsLevel III: Supervisory PositionsLevel IV: Senior-Level PositionsLevel V: Manager PositionsLevel VI: Partner and Principal Positions
Address History and Social Security Number Trace
Education Verification (highest degree/enrollment, post high-school)
Professional License/Certificate/Membership Verification
Employment Verification (3 employers)
Consumer Credit Report (as permitted by state law; credentialing required)
Driving Record
Corporate Records
Fictitious Business Name Statements
Media Sources
Civil Litigation Records
Criminal Felony Records
Criminal Misdemeanor Records
National Criminal Database Records
(Supplemental to court searches)
Federal Court – Civil Records
Federal Court – Criminal Records
Bankruptcy Records
Tax Lien Records – Federal, State and County
Judgment Records – Debtor
UCC Tax Lien and Judgment Records
Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) Disciplinary Records
Federal Securities and Self-Regulatory Organization (SEC, FINRA, CFTC & NFA) Registration and Violation Records
State Department of Securities Violation Records
State Insurance Regulators
Regulators of Banks, Savings Associations and Credit Unions (federal and local)
United States Postal Service False Representation Orders
Federal Excluded Parties Index
International Fraud and Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) Database; includes records from the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)As Applicable

Fees are based on record searches of one subject in one jurisdiction and a seven or 10-year scope.
“Jurisdiction” refers to a geographical area, such as a county or federal district, within which a legal body/court
adjudicates cases.

Supplemental Elements

Industry-Specific Regulatory Authority Records
Additional Professional License/Certificate/Membership Verification
International Education Verification
International Professional License/Certificate Verification
Listed Reference Interview
Document Retrieval
Additional Jurisdiction Searches
Civil Litigation Records
Criminal Felony Records
Criminal Misdemeanor Records
Federal Court – Civil Records
Federal Court – Criminal Records
Bankruptcy, Tax Lien, Judgment Records

Other Fees

Searches of names other than those provided by the subject or appearing on a driver’s license or state identification card will incur additional charges that will be determined on a case-by-case basis.

A surcharge is applied for subjects with residential and/or employment jurisdictions in the state of New York, which mandates that criminal searches be conducted on a statewide basis through the Office of Court Administration.

Search strategies may be customized to attain client objectives, and will be priced on a case-by-case basis.

International strategies are available; fees are based on country/region.

Levels I – V: seven years, one jurisdiction.
Level VI: 10 years, unless a particular state or local law limits the reporting period to seven years.

Standard turnaround time:
Level I: three business days;
Levels II – IV: five business days;
Levels V-VI: eight business days.

Expedited turnaround time:
25-percent surcharge of total fee.

Level I: two business days;
Levels II – IV: three business days;
Levels V-VI: five business days.

Notification of significant negative findings is provided immediately upon identification with the subject.