Midy Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Terms

Last updated: May 23, 2024

I authorize NortonLifeLock Foreign Holding II Inc. and its affiliates to obtain my education data from Accenture and/or National Student Clearinghouse as needed to confirm aspects of my educational history. I may choose to share this information with third parties that may use it to consider my eligibility for employment.

What does this mean?

These terms may apply if you are using Midy to obtain or share education credentials.

Since these credentials may be used to help demonstrate if you qualify for a certain job, they fall under the same act (the Fair Credit Reporting Act) that sets rules around sharing of information that may be used to help demonstrate if you qualify for obtaining credit (e.g., from a lender). As a result, any time you consent to share information from an education document in your Midy to an online service, Midy must make sure that:

  1. The online service organization is FCRA compliant, and
  2. Give the education document issuer (National Student Clearinghouse) a heads up that you shared your document with the online service organization.

In that notification, Midy won’t identify what exact information was requested or sent to the online service provider.