The title on the first line reads “Certified Barcode Application”.
It says, “Apply for this certification by going to this link.”
The next line says “Get your free credit history report.”
It says “Download the free credit reports.”
I clicked “Download” and clicked “CERTIFICATE.”
The credit report page looked a little confusing, so I went ahead and clicked the “Apply Now” button.
I got the form and the credit report.
It said I had about a month to download the reports.
The next thing I knew, I was checking out.
I went to my “Citizenship and Immigration Services” website, and I was sent to an information page where I had to fill out a few more fields.
Then I clicked the box next to “Do I have to complete a background check?”
The next step was to check the box that said “Yes, if I have a criminal record.”
I checked the box saying I have no criminal records, and then clicked “Continue.”
I had a bar code with my name, my birth date and the last four digits of my Social Security number.
I clicked the next box to “Continue,” and I got a page that said, “Do you have a history of a criminal history check?”
The next page was a little different.
The next page looked like this:What I was doing on the information page was checking to see if I had any criminal convictions, but I didn’t.
I didn, so that was a mistake.
Next, I checked to see whether I had an application that had been filed or not.
I clicked on the “Submit” button and I had my application.
It looked like I was getting a report on the application.
Then it was a blank screen.
It didn’t say anything about how I got my bar code.
I asked for a credit report, and the woman told me I needed to fill it out.
Then I got to the part about my credit history.
I did have a credit history check in 2009 and 2012.
I also had a criminal records check in 2015, but that was also blank.
I didn’t get a “yes” response.
I was told I needed a “no” answer.
I went back to the information screen and I clicked “Submit.”
I was still getting blank screen after clicking “Submit,” so I was still waiting for the report.
I then went back and checked my credit report for the year 2016.
I found that I had $2,700 in outstanding debt from 2008 through 2016.
I had a credit score of 3.5, and my credit card debt was $4,500.
I was told that I needed $5,500 in credit card loans.
I looked it up, and that was $2 for the card, and $1.50 for the credit card statement.
I checked the debt on my credit file, and it was $3,000.
I paid it off in December, and there was no more debt.
Next came the application fee.
It was $100.
I checked to make sure it was my own credit report that I didn’ have to pay.
It turned out to be an application from a third party company called “TEST.”
It had a different name than the bar code application I had.
I called the company, and they told me they didn’t have anything to do with the application, so it had to be a fake application.
They told me that I was a bad applicant, and if I applied again I’d have to submit a new application.
I had to go back and file my application again.
I could have done that on my own, but the credit score was not there.
I called the credit reporting agency to make a phone call, and when they hung up, I called back and called back.
They said I could just apply again and get a new credit report because I had the right information.
So I went to the website and found a second application from “Test” that had the same information, but with a different picture.
The first one had the application number, and this one had a photo of a person wearing a shirt that said something about a barcode, and an image of a bar, with the word “barcode” written across it.
I took a picture of the shirt and put it up on the website.
The application I got from “Test” said that I could apply for the job of a Certified CBAP in April 2020.
I put in the information and submitted the application form.
I have been getting this job application form for about a year now.
When I applied, I had already paid the application fees.
I emailed the person at “Test,” and he said that the application was good, and he would contact me when the job was open.
I never got a