Background Check Co. Faces FCRA Suit Over Accuracy

Law360, New York (May 1, 2017, 8:35 PM EDT) -- A West Virginia man who says he was denied a job because of false information provided by pre-employment screening service InfoMart Inc. launched a proposed class action against the company in federal court Friday, claiming it violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Robert Mills says that when he applied for a job in 2015, InfoMart reported a civil judgment that had been entered against him in 2010 when he was on active military duty, but failed to mention in the report that it had been vacated.... REMAINDER OF ARTICLE REQUIRES SUBSCRIPTION TO

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