If a 3rd party data miner refuses to update their records to reflect the MFND, then how does one pursue having the business fined?
Per their Owner "expungment does not mean the record did not exist. your state
has no case law that requires private companies to remove Criminal Records
purchased through any Jurisdictions.The order you have only dis-allows federal and state agencies from reviewing or using the file, Again Nothing pertaining to private companies.
We have implemented a new policy regarding the removing of criminal records
do to an expungment order. We will not remove information that exists in
our databse for any reason unless we get a direct order to do so from the
jurisdictional court where the record occurred and placed judgment on the
I want the State to fine him.I don't think citizens should have to run in and out of court to make sure all these 3rd party data companies update their records. There are 1000s of these companies. I guess I have to submit this to the TX AG's office and the FTC. There are laws governing criminal history records and this guy cannot just make up his own convenient policy. Sec 411.085 TX Gov't Code states it could be a felony or misdemeanor. ~Thank you for your totally awesome advice Mr Bennett. The language on the MFND is same as on yours. It was filed in of May this year. You can read here the company: http://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=34157#post425561 (Just so you know who to be on the look out for.) I would love to see this company shut down or removed from the DPS cycle.