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February 09, 2011

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Todd Joy

For Employment Screening, does the absence of any derogatory items on a credit report equate with good credit? If someone doesn't borrow money as a practice, and therefore has no credit score, not a bad score, but no score, could that inhibit them from obtaining employment?

Bacon Wilson Law

Todd, we can't respond to individual legal inquiries on this blog, but if you'd like to pursue this, please contact attorney, Kevin Maltby: 413.781.0560 or KMaltby@BaconWilson.com

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