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--- John Garison <john -at- garisons -dot- com> wrote:
> I heard the same story, and my question would be "How would you know?" I
> think they said that the company doesn't need your permission to run a
> credit check, so they could just do it and you would never know what happened.
When I came to work for my current employer, they ran a credit check. I know because
they asked me if I would agree to that as part of the screening process. My guess,
and it IS only a guess, is that they have to ask. But perhaps they don't. Still, it
didn't seem to affect the process. I got the job. Oh, this is a credit processing
firm, so it made sense to me. Perhaps I was naive.
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