Usag pro member background check

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Linsul

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Sep 19, 2008
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I just did mine, and it requires your address(es) for the past 7 years. I know where I lived during that time, but I may have had the exact dates wrong. So I provided the details and the times (in years) but if they aren't *exact* will I have to pay for the process over again? I'm talking like years overlapping at a residence and such. I really don't want to pay for it again!
 
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Not sure. I had to pay extra for an additional state. I lived in two different states during that time period.

You could always check your credit report to see what your address are listed as there.
 

gymdog

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Is your work not reimbursing you? (unless you're the owner!) If they are, just a warning, make sure you keep your card statement. USAG has never sent me any kind of valid receipt for safety cert or other charges so getting reimbursed was all messy. I talked to someone on the phone (because I had lost my statement and the bank only keeps them for two months or something, etc) and she sent me an email...which was really helpful as a receipt ;p
 

Linsul

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Sep 19, 2008
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Not sure. I had to pay extra for an additional state. I lived in two different states during that time period.

You could always check your credit report to see what your address are listed as there.

Same with the 2 different state thing. I have the addresses, I'm just not sure as to the dates on one address of mine. I have my old tax records and such. I ballparked it since I moved midyear twice, I just hope that it works out. I'm a victim of premarital apartment awesomeness. When my rent would get jacked up $300 if I chose to renew, I moved. In a house now and I never anticipated the apartment years as being hazy for me lol. Anyway, if I'm off I'm not off by much so I'm hoping it's all good.
 

Linsul

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Sep 19, 2008
876
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Is your work not reimbursing you? (unless you're the owner!) If they are, just a warning, make sure you keep your card statement. USAG has never sent me any kind of valid receipt for safety cert or other charges so getting reimbursed was all messy. I talked to someone on the phone (because I had lost my statement and the bank only keeps them for two months or something, etc) and she sent me an email...which was really helpful as a receipt ;p

Haha, as soon I read this and go to print the receipt, my printer goes on the fritz. I got a email from ncis that serves as one. Now to overcome technical difficulty aka yell for my husband...
 
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newbiecoach

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I just did mine and Im pretty sure I had some dates off, I couldnt remember exacts while I was in college and moving around.

I ended up paying extra for one states but had no problems with getting a green light!
 

Linsul

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Sep 19, 2008
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I just did mine and Im pretty sure I had some dates off, I couldnt remember exacts while I was in college and moving around.

I ended up paying extra for one states but had no problems with getting a green light!

Did it take a long time to go through? I have selfish reasons as well as professional ones; there's a meet in the near future I'd greatly love to be on the floor for.
 
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BlairBob

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Boosters is prepping to get me my Professional membership renewed and I will need to do the background check.

Hmm, addresses. I'm not good with addresses, dang it.

I was told that USAG in late 08 was telling people up to 6 weeks and finishing them in 2-3.
 
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newbiecoach

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I started the process in November 08. It took about 4 weeks for the background check I think.
 
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