Quick Search Privacy Policy

Respect for the privacy of our clients, visitors to our Web Site and persons we are screening is a core commitment of Quick Search. To maintain that commitment, our Web Site collects only such information as will assist us in helping you. Please read our privacy policy carefully to understand how we will treat the information you provide while visiting this Web Site. Our Privacy Policy is examined periodically and updated as new standards evolve. To be certain you are aware of policy in effect, please review the policy each time you use our Web Site for the most current information.

Employment Screening Business

When you submit an application for Background Screening with Quick Search, we use this information for screening purposes only. In addition, this information is only used with your knowledge and authorization with the understanding the information is being used for screening purposes only. Screening purposes include the requested background searches and the use of the data in an anonymous way, such as statistical data on criminal conviction rates, fraudulent application rates, or other analytical purposes. Personal information is protected from unauthorized or accidental disclosure and is only seen by those persons who need it to perform their job to provide the products and services authorized by you.

Protection of Your Information

We use security technologies to safeguard all background information and any other information you provide us. All employment screening data accessed via the Web is exchanged using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption standards to protect this sensitive data.

Safe Harbor Provisions of Privacy Policy

Quick Search hereby confirms our strong policy to protect and maintain the privacy of personal data that we collect and assemble on behalf of employers concerning consumers. We certify that we comply with the “Safe Harbor” principles of the United States Department of Commerce, in relation to personal data collected in the European Union (EU). We endorse and follow the principles and practices outlined by the European Commission’s Directive on Data Protection.