No, a friend had a membership with a service called Rentec, and I was curious (really wanted the credit report on her dime). So I ran myself. It ran a National Report.
I will attach it.
Here is the link to the person online: http://kool.corrections.ky.gov/KOOL/Details/48353
We have the same name, but different middle initials. On the report, it shows her mugshot and the last four digits of my social.
I will send you links to the actual report and my ID if that would help you as well..
Let me know.
Okay, wait.. obviously I can't send you a link to my ID.. ...... my brain is going bonkers right now.
Thanks in advance.
You may submit a Criminal History Summary challenge to the FBI’s CJIS Division by writing to the following address:
FBI CJIS DivisionAttention: Criminal History Analysis Team 11000 Custer Hollow RoadClarksburg, WV 26306
For precautionary purposes, I would suggest both contacting the agency that prepared the report as well as filing a dispute with the FBI just to cover both bases.
As a side note, it would be a good idea to contact your local police dept to have them run a formal criminal background check to see what shows up in the official records. It may be that it is just the one company that has the incorrect information and that the official FBI records are clear.
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