SCRACVS has been a part of this industry for more than 17 years. Established in 1994, SCRACVS has recently reached the landmark 100,000 batch submissions.
Online PR News – 03-September-2012 – Washington – Washington DC, August 23, 2012: SCRACVS (Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Centralized Verification Service), a Washington DC-based entity that provides information about whether an individual is on Military Search, announces that it has upgraded its batch processing portal which provides information pursuant to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (“SCRA”).
After upgrading the system, SCRACVS now handles even higher data-entry loads, transmits a link to a .pdf copy of the Status Report issued by the Department of Defense DMDC as proof-positive that an inquiry was submitted as of a specific date. The Status Report is dated and stamped with a unique number. The Service also includes additional information such as whether the individual is subject to “call up” orders. One of the most valuable services offered is the coordination with the IT department of the client so that the batch results files are seamlessly integrated into the client’s existing data base.
The Manager of SCRACVS, Tamara Gibson, has this to say: “The DMDC makes frequent and sometimes substantive changes to their reporting. We monitor and react quickly to these changes to relieve the client of that daily responsibility. Our company was established in 1994 and we recently celebrated our 100,000th batch submission. This is our niche in the industry and we are proud to be relied upon by some of the biggest, most reliable, and important lenders, collections firms, and law firms.”
SCRACVS offers its customer services through its highly skilled and knowledgeable staff that solve client queries within the least possible response time. Also, in case of any problems from its side, SCRACVS has a sophisticated system of sending follow-up inquiries or requests for additional information to clients with an easy response that stays associated with the record on that inquiry.
Batch processing requires the submission of social security numbers through a portal which has security attributions more stringent than those of most government agencies. If an individual’s social security number is not know, the retail portal of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Centralized Verification Service of SCRA allows the entry of partial information, such as date of birth, addresses, known relatives, and the SCRACVS is usually able to supply all missing information so that the client receives a complete and accurate report.
About the company: SCRACVS has been a part of this industry for more than 17 years. Established in 1994, SCRACVS has recently reached the landmark 100,000 batch submissions. Some of its typical users include lenders, services, landlords, storage facilities, institutions, and litigants, all with the common need to know if an individual is subject to the protections of the SCRA.