What is a Dossier Report?
A dossier report compiles information to provide a more thorough report of a person’s background. It may include outstanding debts, property ownership, licenses held, and some criminal history. A dossier report is not used for employment verification purposes, but rather to investigate an individual on a more personal level.
When Can a Dossier Report Be Helpful?
A dossier report may be helpful for the following:
- Federal purposes
- Hiring a live-in nanny or other in-house workers
- New business partnership
- Due Diligence
What Does a Dossier Report Find?
A Dossier Report is an extensive report that lists very personal and comprehensive information about a person. Some of the findings include:
- Addresses associated with the applicant
- Some Criminal records
- Concealed weapons permit
- FAA aircrafts
- FAA certifications
- Hunting and fishing permits
- Liens and judgements
- Possible associates
- Phone numbers
- Possible properties owned
- Professional licenses
- Sexual offenses
- UCC (lien) filings
- Voter registration
- Watercrafts owned
- And any other information of public record available
Dossier Report Restrictions
A dossier report provides comprehensive information about the individual; however, it is important to note that the person must consent to the dossier report. Running background checks without a consent is illegal.
Although a dossier report isn’t common, it is certainly possible to obtain one if the circumstances deem it necessary. At Verification Services Inc., we ensure your dossier report has only the most accurate information so you can make an informed decision. Call us today at 800-809-7732 to speak with one of our dossier report specialists.