ScreeningWorks is a tenant screening service for small landlords, property managers, leasing agents, and independent rental owners across the U.S. It offers background checks, credit evaluations, eviction and criminal reports, and more. In this article, we cover ScreeningWorks reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Visit its website.
The ScreeningWorks pricing information states that screeners pay for each applicant screening, and fees (ranging from $17.50 to $29.95 per screening) vary depending on an applicant’s current residence. Additionally, packages vary by state, which means that users may have a different set of screening data in each.
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Summary of ScreeningWorks Reviews
As of the date this article was written (Sept. 11, 2019), there are no ScreeningWorks reviews online. If you are a past or current ScreeningWorks customer, leave a review to help others who are deciding whether or not to use the service.
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Check out the list below of some of ScreeningWorks’ services:
- Background check
- Credit evaluation
- Multi-state eviction and criminal reports
- Enterprise solutions
- API (Application Program Interface)
- Social Security Number (SSN) fraud check
- National sex offender information
- And more
What modes of payment does ScreeningWorks accept?
ScreeningWorks accepts payments made with all major credit cards, including American Express, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover Card. It does not, however, accept prepaid credit cards, gift cards, or checks.
Would ScreeningWorks need any information from me and my applicant to perform the screening process?
Yes, ScreeningWorks will need your applicant’s date of birth, SSN, legal name, and legal address. It will also require you, as the screener, to provide your SSN, legal name, and legal address.