The Right Solution for ISTC Members

One bad hire could put you out of business. That’s not a scare tactic- it’s simply the truth. More small business owners are realizing that conducting background checks on job applicants is just good business, but there’s no denying that the process can seem daunting. 

That’s where EBI SimpleScreen comes in. This product was created solely to address ISTC member needs. The entire process is fast, easy and paperless. A simple-to-use web interface allows you to place an order in a matter of minutes. Rest assured, just because it's designed to be quick and easy, doesn't mean we have sacrificed on quality.   You'll recieve the same level of accuracy, security and compliance as our screening solutions for enterprise customers. And our outstanding customer and candidate care team are there to help you out every step of the way.

Registration is fast and easy. Your account information will be verified and your account will be created for you in under 24 hours. 

 

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What To Expect During Registration

During registration, you will need to:

  • Complete electronic registration form
  • Complete electronic master services agreement and business application

When you place an order for background screening:

  • Following successfully registration, orders will be submitted from the ISTC vendor portal funded.

You will not be able to:

  • Order a background check on another person for any purpose other than employment
  • Share or resell background checks to anyone outside your business
  • Receive credit information as part of a background check
  • Include drug tests as part of a background check

An Important Legal Message

Background screening for employment is regulated by federal, state, and local laws. EBI’s SimpleScreen is set up to keep you compliant and reduce your legal headaches, but it is important that you understand how to use the information legally. Users of consumer reports must comply with all requirements under the Fair Credit Reporting Act as well as other applicable state and local laws. The FCRA provides that any person who knowingly and willfully obtains information on a consumer from a Consumer Reporting Agency under false pretenses shall be fined under Title 18 or imprisoned not more than two years, or both.

  

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