Frequently Asked Questions

1. What Is USIncomeVerify?

USIncomeVerify is a service that allows companies to better utilize their employees by taking the burden of income and employment verification off of their internal HR and payroll departments. Rather than having HR employees spend their valuable time providing this information to loan and credit card companies, a service that provides no tangible benefit to the employer, employers can instead utilize the USIncomeVerify service at no cost to the employer, offloading that responsibility.

2. How Do I Use USIncomeVerify?

If your employer uses the USIncomeVerify service, you already have an account set up. Go to the 'Employees' section of the web site and log in. If you have questions about your login credentials, please contact your HR or payroll department to understand exactly what information you will need to provide to log in. After logging in, you can create a income authorization key that will provide a lender seeking credit information about you with the means to obtain that information.

3. What Is The Difference Between My Income Information And My Employment History?

Your income information provides details about your salary for as far back as USIncomeVerify has that information about you. This is the most important information to lenders. Your employment history is a subset of your data that contains only information about the places you have worked and the length of time you worked there.

4. How Much Does It Cost?

The USIncomeVerify service costs nothing to the employee or employer.

5. What Can I Do If Some Of The Information In My Report Is Wrong?

Contact USIncomeVerify, and we will work with you and your employer to correct any inaccuracies and/or provide explanations to you about the information we provide.