Once you’ve registered your organisation, you will be charged the individual check cost(s) on the system as and when you request them. No upfront minimums or contractual tie ins.
|Number of checks||1 - 500||501 - 1,000||1,001 +|
|uCheck Fee (inc VAT)||£6.00||£4.80||£3.60|
What is an Adverse Credit Check?
- “We tried a few companies and came across uCheck. You are the fastest and most easy to use and your customer service is amazing”
- “Our inspectors really like the report layout and information provided – it shows we have gone the extra mile”
- “Running an adverse financial check can be quite daunting but uCheck’s client support team are always on hand to help throughout the process”
No – an employer cannot check a prospective employee’s credit score. Employers can pull a credit report, but the content won’t be the same as what lenders can see.
Yes – whilst the check can be requested on any prospective employee, you must always seek permission from the employee in question first. Our system requests consent from the applicant before processing a check, so it would be important to discuss this with your employees beforehand.
An Adverse Credit Check will provide you with more background information about an employee or prospective employee, giving you greater peace of mind about the people you’re hiring. Adverse Credit Checks are especially useful for employees whose role will include handling cash or valuables.
We would first suggest reviewing the information provided to ensure all details have been input correctly on the application form, as the results are provided based on these details. Adverse Credit Checks are cross-referenced with information held by credit referencing agencies, telephone databases and the electoral roll, so it’s important that your applicants update their details accordingly if they hold either a CCJ or IVA.
If you need further guidance, contact our client support team on 0300 140 0022.
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