BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Oct. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's Credit Solutions, LLC (TCS) proposes additional vetting for public officials, including those seeking to become President of the United States. Through an open letter, John Pautsch, Founder and CEO of TCS, has requested that public officials undergo the same financial scrutiny as all the citizens they would represent: "Millions of Americans, at every skill level, have their credit reports vetted when applying for employment and during performance reviews. Making candidates' credit reports public offers an innovative way to help maintain a level playing field."
Today's Credit Solutions reports a substantial spike in the number of employers who check applicants' credit reports, a trend that has sparked a debate among lawmakers. Statistics show many employers now rely on enhanced verification technology to subject employees and job applicants to credit report reviews. Mr. Pautsch continues: "We have experienced an uptick in phone calls recounting the ways employers are using credit reports to reject job applications." In its practices and its call for transparency from candidates, TCS offers new insights into the employer credit check debate.