- 04 Apr 2023
How do I submit a request to block adverse information resulting from human trafficking?
- Updated on 04 Apr 2023
We accept requests to block adverse information resulting from human trafficking via our online dispute portal. For instructions on how to submit a dispute online, please visit this Help Center article: How do I dispute something on my background check?.
We also have two mailing addresses that may be used for submitting requests:
P.O. Box 391146
Omaha, NE 68139
1 Montgomery St.
San Francisco, CA 94104
Requests to block adverse information resulting from human trafficking must include the following:
- Proof of your identity (such as a scanned driver’s license or passport)
- Trafficking documentation, including at least one of the following:
- A determination of victim status from a federal, state, or tribal government entity
- A determination of victum status from a non-governmental organization or member of a human trafficking task force authorized by the government to make such a determination
- Court documents showing victim status
- A statement signed by you or your representative attesting that you are a victim of trafficking. The statement or an accompanying document must also be signed by a government entity, a non-governmental organization or human trafficking task force, or a court.
- Identification of the adverse information that resulted from human trafficking that you wish to block