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Looking for a superior investigative starting point for developing a more complete background check on your applicants? Look no further than our risk free Applicant Discovery Report.

  • Monday, January 4, 2016

  General   Product Updates   

Looking for a superior investigative starting point for developing a more complete background check on your applicants? Look no further than our risk free Applicant Discovery Report (also known as an SSN trace). Free to all new VerticalRent customers, our Applicant Discovery Report scours billions of records to quickly identify and return relevant data about your applicant pool.

We encourage you to use VerticalRent to obtain a free online rental application on every applicant and compare it against the Applicant Discovery Report. Our new report is a superior investigative starting point, allowing you to quickly weed out the liars. You’ll quickly know whether what an applicant’s movement patterns have been, whether they went by an alternate name, or if they lied about their date of birth. Even more is that we’ll give you issuing state and date of their SSN – all for free.

As with all databases, further verification is often warranted. Although we consolidate information from motor vehicle registrations, property ownership records, phone records, utilities, and change of address forms – we warn end users to use this risk free applicant discovery report for informational purposes only. Our Free Applicant Discovery Report is not to be used solely for FCRA lease making decisions. The risk free report does not obligate you to purchase a credit, criminal, or eviction report. We designed this service to provide our customers with a window into the powerful and sophisticated linking technology that VerticalRent employs to provide landlords, brokers, and property managers with the industry’s most comprehensive tenant screening technology.


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