We are located at 3116 Capital Cir NE SUITE 3, Tallahassee, FL 32308.
Valid State issued Identification such as a State issued Driver’s License, Passport or Passport I.D.
No, however, due to technology advancements, LiveScan Fingerprinting immediately determines if Fingerprints are valid which would avoid delays compared to ink prints.
In most circumstances, the entire fingerprinting process takes about 15 minutes.
Monday – Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm for walk-ins. CLOSED for Lunch 12pm – 1pm. Special arrangements can be made by appointment. Closed on major holidays. Drug Screenings end at 3pm DAILY.
Yes, Personal Security Concepts provides a comprehensive personal background check on everyone including yourself that can verify your identity, verify your employment and education history, and find criminal records.
The pricing depends on the types of record searches and verifications you need.
The information we need depends on the type of personal background check you order. Here are the basic information we need to deliver accurate results:
- Legal name
- Date of birth
- Residential address
- Social Security number
- Employer or School details
In order to protect the accuracy of our background checks, we require that our users provide their Social Security numbers. This allows us to verify that the number belongs to the person requesting the check, and identify any aliases or name variations associated with that SSN. By taking this step, we can ensure that our background check results are as accurate as possible. In addition, it helps to prevent identity theft and other fraudulent activities. For these reasons, we require that all users provide their Social Security numbers when requesting a background check.
Conducting a personal background check is a great way to get an overview of your own history. However, sometimes these checks can turn up inaccurate information. If you find mistakes in your personal background check, there are steps you can take to get the information corrected or removed. First, try contacting the company that provided the report and asking them to correct the error. If that doesn’t work, you can file a dispute with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. By taking these steps, you can help ensure that your personal background check is accurate and up-to-date.
There are a number of reasons why your criminal record may not have shown up on your personal background check. One possibility is that the databases searched by the background check company did not include records from the county or state where you have a criminal record. Another possibility is that your record may be sealed or expunged, which means that it is not accessible to the general public. Finally, it is also possible that there was an error in the data entry or search process.
If you’re wondering whether your employer can see the exact background check you ordered, the answer is yes – if you decide to share your results with them. Employers can run their own background checks as well, usually during the hiring process. And while they may not have access to all the same options that are available to individuals (such as motor vehicle searches and drug screening), they will be able to see the same general information that’s included in your personal report. So if you’re concerned about what an employer might find, it’s best to err on the side of caution and assume that they’ll be able to see everything.