We partner with the experts.
MeTime partners with Good Egg for our background checks on individual childcare providers on the platform.
Good Egg’s Process
Individual providers must pass a Background Check* furnished by Good Egg. This screening includes a nationwide criminal database search with records verified at county-level primary sources (including courts, clerks ofﬁces, DAs ofﬁces, police departments, county and state departments of correction, state departments of probation and parole), as well as a national sex offender registry check. Any criminal activity reported in the Background Check bars a provider from being on our site. The Background Check includes criminal history searches for the name provided and all alias/maiden name in all counties associated with the 7-year address history (as determined by a social security number trace. In most instances, seven years of criminal history will be included in the background check, except where limited by state or federal law.
*Not all records are publicly available in all jurisdictions and in many jurisdictions there is a delay before records are publicly available. Records not available to Good Egg or not allowed to be reported by law are not included in results. Juvenile records and records for minors may also not be publicly available and, therefore, will not be included in results. Good Egg will only report publicly available records and will not report convictions, deferred adjudications or pending court cases suppressed by state and federal reporting restrictions. Dismissed cases, arrests not resulting in convictions, arrests or convictions from foreign countries and nolle pros will only be reported when permitted by applicable law. If a background check returns adverse criminal record information, the individual will not be accepted into the program.While the information furnished in a background check report is from reliable sources, its accuracy is not guaranteed. An individual has the right to dispute and correct any perceived errors in the report upon reinvestigation. Proper use of the report and ﬁnal veriﬁcation of the individual’s identity is the end user’s responsibility. If any adverse action is to be taken based in whole or in part on the report, the end user must provide a copy of the report and a summary of rights under the FCRA to the individual prior to taking adverse action.