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What does an "Preliminary Adverse Action letter" mean?


A Preliminary Adverse Action letter is sent to notify you that your potential employer is considering taking adverse action based in whole, or in part, on the results of your background and/or drug screen. This letter will include a copy of your background check and a copy of your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and will also indicate how many days the employer will wait before taking final adverse action. Once received, you will have the specified amount of time to review the results of your background and/or drug screen and reach out to Info Cubic if you wish to dispute the accuracy or completeness of the report.

If the information populated appears accurate, or if you choose not to dispute any information, you should expect to receive a Final Adverse Action letter. The hiring decisions made based upon the results of your background and/or drug test are completely up to your potential employer. If you have any questions on what goes into your potential employer’s decision-making process, please reach out to your Human Resources contact for more information.


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