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The most common question people ask when considering background checks is “How long does a background check take?” Most consumer reporting agencies have similar answers—it depends.

It’s true that the time it takes to complete a background check can vary significantly. But for most clients, Peopletrail boasts a national average of 1.6 days with real-time updates on delays. Our screening specialists turn a three-week waiting period into one hour.  Learn more about what we do during that time.


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