The company is using a program that can flag information in the database that seems non-legit.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 28, 2013
DMV.us.org is going through their entire database to make sure that each and every record is legit, company officials said yesterday.
“Our records are only valuable if they are legit,” a company spokesman said. “We do everything in our power to make sure people only get access to legit records, and doing an internal review from time to time is part of that process.”
There are many ways for non-legit records to get into the database, the company said.
“More often than not, it's someone at the courthouse making a clerical error and putting legit information about one person onto another person's file,” he said. “That non-legit information can haunt that person for a long time.”
The company is using a program that can flag information in the database that seems non-legit, he said. Then the company can contact the source of the documents and check them directly.
“Want to make sure somebody doesn't lose the chance at a good job just because of non-legit information in their driving record,” he said. “If you've never been convicted of a traffic offense or a DUI, then it shouldn't be in our records.”
The company will also check their database against independent databases, he said.
“That's one of the best ways to check if a record is legit,” he said. “By comparing it to other information and seeing if it matches up.”
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