What is a Consent Based SSN Verification (CBSV)?
TruDiligence Knowledgebase – Background Check Services
CBSV verifies whether a name and Social Security Number (SSN) combination match the data in SSA’s records. The submitted information is matched against SSA’s Master File of Social Security Numbers (SSNs). The matching elements include: Social Security number, name, date of birth and a gender code if available. Each SSN and name combination submitted to CBSV will be returned with a yes or no verification code indicating that the submission either matches or does not match the SSA’s records. If applicable, we will report a death indicator when SSA records reflect that the SSN holder is deceased. Please note that the results obtained from CBSV do not confirm or authenticate “proof of identity.
CBSV requires the written consent of the SSN holder and the verification results can only be used for the reason which the number holder specifies.
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