In addition to the cost of the report, your invoice may be subject to county fees and DMV fees. Passing through the fee is standard in the industry, and Checkr does not profit from pass-through fees. For a full list of pass-through fees, see Checkr's pricing page.
About 10% of the 3,000+ counties in the United States charge a fee to access their criminal records. Checkr passes this fee through without a surcharge to the end-user (i.e. the company ordering the report). This is separate from the service fee Checkr charges for conducting the entire background screening process.
State DMVs charge a fee to access their records as well. Every time a Motor Vehicle Record is requested or re-requested, the DMV fee will apply to your invoice.
In states like New York, many counties pool their criminal records in one system of record, so the county fee in these cases are billed as a “State Fee.” Additionally, if your company conducts State Criminal Searches, some states charge a separate fee for accessing criminal data at the state level. These fees are passed through by Checkr to your company with no additional surcharge or processing fee.
These fees apply only if your company is conducting employment or education verifications. These fees are assessed by industry verification databases to automatically verify either employment or education history. These fees are passed through by Checkr to your company with no additional surcharge or processing fee.