The best way to use MyScreeningReport.com is to Sign Up for a "Landlord" account and once logged in, invite your applicant to apply using the Applicant Invitation form. After the applicant applies, pays for and reviews their report, they can "Share" the report with you. You will receive an invitation to view the report. Note that your user account remains active and can be used to screen additional applicants - for one year or 90 days since it was last used - whichever is less.
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No, you need to be invited by a prospective landlord in order to apply through MyScreeningReport.com®. However once you have been invited to apply by a prospective landlord, you can share that report with as many landlords as you choose for 30 days (from the date of report completion) at no additional charge!
MyScreeningReport.com inquiries are "soft inquiries" and do not impact your credit score.
There is no cost - beyond cost of the report. MyScreeningReport.com® offers four reports for the landlord to choose from: Basic ($31.95), Basic w/Criminal ($35.95), Comprehensive ($45.95), Comprehensive w/Criminal ($49.95). For more information on package options visit our Services & Pricing page.
MyScreeningReport.com accepts Visa, MasterCard and American Express credit and debit cards. Registered pre-paid cards are also accepted.
Sign-up here to create your MyScreeningReport.com® Landlord account. The process only takes a few minutes and there is no cost to you. Invite your prospective applicants to apply through your account dashboard. When an applicant submits their online application and their report is completed, they can "Share" their report back to your landlord account. The sign-up process only takes a few minutes and there is no cost to you.
*Important note: Landlords must use the "invite" function from your account dashboard in order for your applicant reports to be viewable through your MyScreeningReport.com® account. Watch this quick tutorial: How to Screen Your Applicant
Ask your applicant to "Share" their report via MyScreeningReport.com. Once you confirm your identity and permissible purpose you are granted direct access to "Shared" reports via our secure site - leaving no doubt as to the authenticity of the report.
MyScreeningReport.com is a service of Moco, Incorporated (www.moco-inc.com). Moco is a consumer reporting agency specializing in tenant and employee screening. We have been in business for over 30 years and are known for quality and service. MyScreeningReport.com is no different. Report quality is at least equal to and generally better than anything else out there. We take particular pride in the thoroughness of our public records work and verifications (rental & employment).
MyScreeningReport.com® requires all applicants to fill out an online application before they submit their request for tenant screening. A copy of your applicant's online application as well as their disclosure & authorization forms are available in your landlord dashboard and accessible through your applicant's profile for 5 years.
Landlords must decide for themselves whether they will accept MyScreeningReport.com reports. If report quality is a concern, refer them to MyScreeningReport.com for assurance. MyScreeningReport.com is a product of Moco, Incorporated. Moco has been in the tenant screening business since 1989, and is best known for the completeness, accuracy and legal compliance of its reports. Simply stated, MyScreeningReport.com reports are at least equal to, and generally better than anything else on the market. Authenticity concerns are best addressed by "Sharing" (granting direct access) to your report via MyScreeningReport.com... which guarantees that the report has not been modified.
You may share your report via MyScreeningReport.com with as many landlords as you like for up to 30 days from the completion date.
It takes the attention and skill of a trained investigator to deliver the completeness and accuracy that our clients (landlords and applicants) deserve. It takes the attention of a trained investigator to identify and search the additional names (AKA's) and addresses that account for approximately one third of valid hits. It takes time and the attention of a trained investigator to confirm that records return are correctly associated with the subject of the report.
Still, Basic Reports are generally returned between 30 minutes to two working hours. Comprehensive reports (including rental references and employment verifications) are typically returned in one to three days.
Yes. Reports can be printed by right-clicking your cursor and selecting the print option. They can be printed in hard copy or to a PDF (software required) to be saved, etc. This function works best from a laptop or desktop device using the Mozilla Firefox web browser.
MyScreeningReport.com reports include credit detail and a score. MyScreeningReport.com recommends basing criteria on credit detail as well as the score - since there are those with marginal credit scores (due to factors like medical collections, for example) who are excellent rental risks. See the MyScreeningReport.com Criteria Worksheet for assistance with your criteria.
VantageScore 3.0 credit score is a predictive, consistent credit risk score that provides lenders with a resource to make effective and consistent risk-management decisions. VantageScore 3.0 allows for 30 million more consumers to be scored in comparison to other scoring models. This model is based on a scoring range of 300 - 850; higher scores indicating a lower risk, lower scores indicating a higher risk. You can visit your.vantagescore.com for a higher level of understanding of the VantageScore scoring model.
VantageScore® 3.0 provides up to four reason/factor codes that indicate which predictive characteristics had the most negative influence to the score. Visit www.reasoncode.org for a better understanding of what your reason codes mean.
We have provided you with the How To Read a MyScreeningReport tool to assist both applicants and landlords should you have any questions regarding the screening report format.
This statement indicates the applicant's employer uses a fee service to verify employment, such as The Work Number. At this time, we do not verify employment through these types of services as doing so would add substantially to the cost of our reports to consumers. We do recommend seeing proof of employment on-site in these cases, such as at least 2 consecutive paystubs and/or tax records.
If the information you wish to dispute is under the "CREDIT PROFILE" section of your MyScreeningReport, please follow this link for instructions on how to proceed. If you disagree with the information located under any of the following sections: Criminal record, National Sex Offender, Eviction, Terrorist, Residence Verification, Employment Verification - please contact MyScreeningReport.com. We will reinvestigate the disputed content within 30 days as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
The best way to correct an error is to submit a Support Request.
Server generated emails are occasionally blocked by junk email and spam filters. Assure receipt of MyScreeningReport.com® emails by adding myscreeningreport.com as a trusted domain in Outlook and as trusted web-sites in your browser. If you are using one of the popular browser-based email applications (Gmail, Comcast, Yahoo, etc.) - adding email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org as contacts may help.
Protecting your information is our first priority. We must first authenticate you - confirm that you are who you say you are - before preparing and delivering your tenant screening report. A failure to authenticate can occur for several reasons.
- An inability to match on the name, SSN, and address information entered by you with your Experian credit profile; or
- A failure to answer a sufficient number of security questions necessary to meet or exceed our requirements.
Address mismatches are most common, especially among those who move frequently. The credit bureau is dependent on creditors to supply current address information. If you have not received an offer of credit or applied for credit since you lived at your current address - the bureau (Experian in this case) likely has a previous address. Depending on how many times you tried, you may be locked out of the system for 24 hours or more. If not, or it has been 24+ hours - you may wish to try again using a previous address. Note that for added security, applicants are limited to a single browser session and three attempts. Accessing our program via simultaneous browser sessions (browser tabs) or failing to answer a sufficient number of questions correctly will return an authentication error and lock you out for 72 hours.
To revoke an invitation to share your report select the "Revoke Share" button located on your dashboard next to the shared report activity listing. Revoking the share will make it so your shared MyScreeningReport is no longer available in the Landlord account that it was shared with.