Our team is composed of dedicated professionals with 12+ combined years of DAC Report dispute experience. Our services range from simply obtaining a copy of your DAC report for you to our DAC Repair Dispute service. We focus on dispute and removal of inaccurately reported information in the Job History section of the DAC Report. We commonly dispute misreported accidents/incidents, company policy violations, out of route, abandonment, quit under dispatch, and orientation work histories to name a few. We also dispute drug test failures/refusals under certain circumstances.
We understand why the weakness in DAC reporting results in inaccurate or even FALSE information being reported. We know the process for getting your record cleaned up, Quickly and Easily.
USIS, formerly known as DAC Services, performs pre-employment screening for commercial businesses. Their biggest client base is the trucking industry. According to estimates, USIS (formerly DAC Services) provides CDL driver job history, MVR and criminal history for more than 2,500 motor carrier clients, and has some 4.7 million individual drivers' records in its database!
USIS services cover all screening areas. They run criminal background checks, employment verifications, school verifications, social security number verifications, trucking employment history verifications, motor vehicle reports, sex offender registry checks, and maintain a theft database (companies key in thefts of former employees). Since DAC is dealing with private consumer information, they must comply with complex regulations of the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act of 1971 and all of its Amendments.
Just for the record, DACRepair.com is in no way affiliated with USIS (formerly known as DAC Services)!
Because inaccurate, inconsistent, or false information on your report can keep you from getting the job you want or cause you to be terminated from the job you have just been hired for.
* That's right. Many trucking firms hire first and then run DAC reports 30-60 days later. If your report contains information that does not conform to the company's hiring standards, you are either faced with dealing with DAC on your own and hoping to get the information corrected, or be terminated from the job that you have just worked so hard to get.
* Once a company terminates you, THAT employer will now send out a notice to DAC that you are no longer working for them and this raises a red flag as to WHY you were terminated. This can prevent you from being hired by future prospective employers.
* A key complaint from drivers and Driver associations such as OOIDA has been that DAC's reporting methodology is flawed, and they have been sued in the past because of inaccurate/vague or inconsistent information being reported on driver job history reports.