After you issue Pre-Adverse Action and wait seven calendar days, you or the file owner will receive an automated email from Verified First notifying you that you may take Adverse Action if warranted.
Verified First's Adverse Action process meets the federal minimum standards, but other areas may have additional requirements. You are responsible for knowing and following jurisdiction specific laws that apply to your area. The Forms library in your portal has additional area-specific Adverse Action notices available:
To take Adverse Action, sign in to the Verified First portal and open the report of interest. Click the Issue Adverse Action button and specify how you would like to issue the notice. You can choose to email, print or mail the notice:
The candidate will receive a notice which includes a consumer copy of their report, a full summary of their rights, and contact information for Verified First in the event that they would like more information - or to dispute an item on the report:
If the Issue Adverse Action button is not visible or is greyed out, this means you have not yet issued Pre-Adverse Action, you have not waited the required 7 calendar days since issuing the Pre-Adverse Action, or you have the "Restrict Review Process" permission enabled. You must have the "View Reports" permission to adjudicate reports.
You can opt to receive daily Adverse Action Reminder Emails after you've taken Pre-Adverse action that will notify you of how many days you remain until you can take Adverse Action. This can be set at the account level, or on an individual user level.
If you have any further questions, or need a product enabled on your account,
please contact Verified First Client Services for assistance.
Call 844-709-2708 or email ClientServices@VerifiedFirst.com