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Identity theft and background check seminars to be held in NC

Sep 07, 2011 Matt Roesly

CAI, a human resource management firm, will host multiple developmental and training seminars in September, SBWire reports. The event will be held in Greensboro, North Carolina. One of the featured seminars will include a half-day of lectures dedicated to the federal and North Carolina state compliance laws regarding background checks and identity verification. Courses will cover the details of the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Federal Fair and Accurate Transaction Act and the North Carolina Identity Theft Protection Act. "CAI is pleased to announce the upcoming training schedule for September," said Bruce Clarke, president and CEO of CAI. "Each interactive course will provide participants with the opportunity to enhance their on-the-job performance with an in-depth examination of specific organizational topics, trends, regulations and rules." North Carolina is in the middle of the pack as far as per capita identity theft complaints are concerned, ranking 24th in the nation. As recently as Tuesday, a woman was arrested for identifying herself as her mother to the Employment Security Commission Office in Lincolnton, North Carolina to collect unemployment benefits, according to WBTV.