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Accio Data adds security and savings for the background screening industry with consent -based SSN verification
AUSTIN, TX (PRWEB) APRIL 18, 2016 Accio Data has added consent-based Social Security number verification (CBSV) services for the background screening industry, including consumer reporting agencies (CRAs) which are not already using the Accio Enterprise platform. CBSV mitigates fraud and ID theft by matching Name, Social Security Number (SSN), Date of Birth (DOB), and Death Indicator directly to the official governmental source records of the SSA Master File and Death Index. CBSV returns a match verification of “yes” or “no.” If the SSA records show that the SSN holder is deceased, CBSV returns a death indicator.
“We think this service adds tremendous value to our platform,” says Accio President Barry Boes. “CRAs can help their clients save significant time, effort, and money. It can be considerably costlier to find and fix SSN and name matching problems after the hire has been made.”
Many forward-thinking CRAs have begun offering CBSV as a pre-hire “best practices” part of their business because it provides yet another layer of security and accuracy. Accio Data’s Director of Business Development Cory Kirk adds, “CBSV is becoming increasingly more important in a background screening industry where lawsuits are on the rise. Our service is available to anyone, but CRAs who are already on our platform have it conveniently available as part of their automated workflow process.”
With Accio Data’s new CBSV service, CRAs get:
- Automated data entry
- Flexible document submission and routing options
- Human document verification
- Faster turnaround times
For pricing information on Accio Data’s CBSV service, contact CBSV Sales at (512) 858-9329 or cbsvsales(at)acciodata(dot)com.
Note: CBSV does not verify identity, citizenship, employment eligibility, nor does it interface with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) verification system. CBSV verifications do not satisfy DHS’s I-9 requirements.