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Question by ihateaccounting: If anyone can just lie on those NICS “background checks” to pass and get a gun, what’s the point of them?
Anyone can get it then, right? What’s the point of those background checks if all you have to do is lie and woop-de-doo, you’ve got a gun…?
Well, apparently the guy who just tried to kill the congresswoman lied on the form and got a gun. So obviously it is that easy.
Answer by Chris B It keeps a few from going to the black market.
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Question by Roxanne: What do employers/landlords look for in “background checks”?
I would think that some of that information obtained in those records could be used to discriminate to a potential employee/renter. That is illegal as far as I know. Am I wrong?
Answer by wizjp Probably wrong. Looking for bad decisions and legal issues; neither of which will fall under the protection of the EEOC or hiring guideline protections
Question by kyle l: How can I take myself off of “Background checks”?
Typed my name into a Person search and found a lot of info on my realatives, their ages, my age(s) (some were wrong). I think that somehow I should have the right to have this stuff stay private.
Answer by Katz You can’t. Everyone leaves a paper trail and most of that stuff is public record.
Question by Giachetta *Italian Chick*: Now this makes no sense…Why wouldnt a president go through a background check?
How come “supposebly” elected officals dont go through background checks before they are is elected in office…..like out president for example
when you apply at a walmart or mcdonalds, you have to go through a background check, and they make sure you dont have any felonies etc………so how is that different to be a president??
How would we know that we arent electing an ex-convit or something like that?
If thats true, then thats kinda messed up that we could have a possible ex-con leading us as president…….wouldnt that freak you out? Something funny to think about next time you go vote……. I would love to hear you thoughts on this……
run a google search “elected officials go through background checks” to see what im talking about….
my bad, i asked this twice, because there was a problem with the other one
Pat just shut up and quit being rude, you are only making yourself look like an ignorant dumbass
Answer by geoffsy328 You asked this same question ten minutes ago.
Question by : Background check help 10 points?
I saw a commercial about a website that does background checks, so i pulled my laptop out and tried and i typed in my moms, and my brothers name but nothing popped up then i typed my dads name (by the way i dont like my dad i think he has a issue i think he has raped me before but i cant remember but i remember he would lay on top of me and kiss me that’s about it and he is always bringing court into this to try to see me but i hate my dad and i dont like him, he always cheats on his girlfriend and calls me fat and other stuff its a long story but those arent big enough excuse not to see him and i am scared of my dad and want to see what he has done) but it cost money so i looked up on google “Free background checks” and i did it and right when i found my dads name it would say “$ 9.00 a month” and ive already tried like 6 “free” websites. Can you help me please??
Answer by confused There is no such thing as a free background check.
Question by wizatokeyou: Should I make a follow up call to a potential employer?
I had an interview at old navy 3 days ago and it went really well. The manager said she was going to perform a “background check” before formally hiring me. How long do background checks take? Should I call her back to check the status?
Answer by masvx800 Yes! Either call her back and thank her before asking about the results, or immediately send a thank you note/postcard. Send the note now because it’ll take at least a couple days in the mail. Wait 2 or 3 days before calling.
Remember that these contacts are still part of the interview, so you want to sell yourself by not sounding pushy, desperate, or unprofessional.
Question by JohnC: Should I list an employer that I got fired from on an application?
I am applying for full time jobs in the IT industry and unfortunately I got fired from a job I held during college for about three months. I am hesitant to list the job because I was fired on applications even though they say I should list all jobs within the past X years. I know most jobs in my field preform “comprehensive background checks”. Is it very likely they would discover this job if it wasn’t listed? (I’m not worried about employment gaps)
Answer by naplusultra Nobody ever checks, is just the employment gaps they worry about. As long as your not working with Kids you will be fine.
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