ADT Employees and Job Applicants:
You Could Be Owed Money
Employers routinely use credit and background checks in deciding whether to hire, promote, and/or
fire employees. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) regulates how such checks must be conducted.
An employer that willfully fails to comply with the FCRA may be liable for any actual damages or
statutory damages of $100 to $1,000 per violation.
Our law firm, Capstone Law APC, is investigating whether ADT may have violated the FCRA
by failing to properly conduct credit and background checks.
Denied a job because of a credit or background check?
- Did your report contain inaccurate information?
- Did your background check contain information older than 7 years?
- Did you sign a separate form authorizing the report?
- Were you provided with a copy of the report?
Learn Your Rights as a Job Applicant
- Speak to an employment attorney
- Learn about statutory damages under the FCRA
- 100% confidential and no obligation
Don't Wait! Time is limited
There’s only a limited amount of time to file your claim under the FCRA.
Protect your rights now!
Did ADT violate your employee rights under the FCRA?
Under the FCRA, did you know that employers MUST:
- Clearly disclose that they may run your credit or background report
- Disclose this to you in a document separate from your employment application
Before taking an adverse action based on your credit or background report, employer MUST ALSO:
- Provide you a copy of your background report
- Provide you with a summary of your FCRA rights
Get a FREE consumer and employment rights consultation
To consult with an attorney at no cost, call Anthony Castillo, Esq. at 888.237.0353 or fill out the form below.
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