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SterlingBackcheck to Offer Background Screening Solution

SterlingBackcheck, Aspen Grove Solutions, and the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) announced the addition of SterlingBackcheck to the industrywide background screening solution Aspen iRecord.

NAMFS members and other contractors are increasingly required by major institutions, property preservation companies, law firms, and regulatory agencies to provide a background check as part of their professional profile. The partnership between Aspen Grove Solutions, NAMFS, and SterlingBackcheck allows mortgage field servicers to use and re-use a single annual background check.

This functionality eliminates the needless cost and wasted time of repeated background checks for multiple clients while still protecting consumers.

"Our goal is to assist our NAMFS members meet the increasing regulatory requirements and costs associated with background screening and we are excited about SterlingBackcheck's participation,” said Eric Miller, executive director of NAMFS. "The Industry Standard Background Check Solution obtainable from Aspen iRecord and now supported by SterlingBackcheck allows our members to secure one standardized and compliant background check and reuse it over and over again with multiple organizations."

"SterlingBackcheck is committed to the safety and security of our clients, their employees and their customers," said Clare Hart, president of SterlingBackcheck. "By partnering with Aspen Grove Solutions and NAMFS, we are helping the industry to meet the highest standards of consumer safety."

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