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BackgroundChecksInBulk.com Review

Chad Brooks
Chad Brooks

BackgroundChecksInBulk (BCIB) provides pre-employment background screening services. With this service, your business can choose the types of searches you want conducted on your job candidates. 

BackgroundChecksInBulk.com

BackgroundChecksInBulk.com

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The Verdict

BackgroundChecksInBulk is an employee background screening firm that provides a range of criminal history checks and employment and education verifications.

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BCIB provides a wide range of search options. Company representatives work with each business to determine the specific types of searches that best fit their needs. The cost of each search package depends on its complexity. Searches can range anywhere from $50 to several hundred dollars each. 

With this service, you can choose from county, state, federal and nationwide criminal history searches. The county searches are available throughout the U.S and look for felony and misdemeanor filings within the past seven years. Statewide searches allow BCIB to broaden its search scope beyond just the counties where an applicant has lived. The federal searches look at all 94 federal districts in the U.S, while the national search is a multi-jurisdictional search consisting of millions of records from multiple sources across the country. 

BCIB can also search sex offender registries and county civil records, in addition to conducting Social Security number traces, credit checks, international criminal searches, and motor vehicle record searches. Additionally, BCIB offers I-9 and E-Verify services. 

Verification services are also available. BCIB conducts employment, education, professional license and reference verifications. For employment verifications, a BCIB representative contacts job candidates’ former employers to gather information, such as dates of employment, last position held, whether they are eligible to be rehired, previous salary, their duties and responsibilities and the reason they left. 

Education verifications entail BCIB contacting the school the candidate indicated they received their degree from. They try to confirm the dates the candidate attended the school, the degree they earned and their graduation date. 

BCIB can also implement drug screenings, including urine or saliva-based lab testing for up to 14 different drugs. If your company does not have a drug policy, BCIB can help you develop one. 

You can order background checks from BCIB 24/7 via the company’s online portal. Once the check is completed, the results can be viewed online. BCIB typically completes background checks in one to three days, with the average time for completion being about 27 hours. The system integrates with more than 150 applicant tracking systems. 

With the service, you can provide different employees with different access levels. Some employees may only be able to order background checks, while others can order and review results.

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BackgroundChecksInBulk.com

BackgroundChecksInBulk.com

The Best Background Check Companies of 2020

The Verdict

BackgroundChecksInBulk is an employee background screening firm that provides a range of criminal history checks and employment and education verifications.

Chad Brooks
Chad Brooks,
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Chad Brooks is a Chicago-based writer and editor who has spent more than 20 years in media. A 1998 journalism graduate of Indiana University, Chad began his career with Business News Daily in 2011 as a freelance writer. In 2014, he joined the staff full time as a senior writer. Before Business News Daily, Chad spent nearly a decade as a staff reporter for the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago, covering a wide array of topics including local and state government, crime, the legal system and education. Chad has also worked on the other side of the media industry, promoting small businesses throughout the United States for two years in a public relations role. His first book, How to Start a Home-Based App Development Business, was published in 2014.