13 years ago I was arrested for credit card abuse I received deferred probation. Since then I have had the record sealed. I have recently been searching for a new job and have been applying at some banks. I know that banks do fingerprint background checks through the FDIC. My question is will the FDIC disclose my sealed record to the bank during the background check?
Criminal Defense Attorney
I'm not sure if the FDIC is directly involved in that or not, but the state banking commission is. Here's the subsection if the nondisclosure statute regarding who has access to sealed records that makes me think that yes, they will find out about it:
TEXAS GOV'T CODE 411.081
(19) the securities commissioner, the banking commissioner, the savings and mortgage lending commissioner, or the credit union commissioner;