Third-Party Payroll Verification Source Definition
Third-Party Payroll Verification Sources are companies that provide employment information verification. (See Sources of Earned Income Verification) Third-Party Payroll Verification Sources can only be used as qualified earned income verification in the following situations:
When the employer uses only the third-party payroll source as its legal agent to provide payroll services or respond to inquiries about employee records
When the third-party payroll verification source has a Data Sharing Agreement with DBME/FAA
To verify information already provided by a participant (in writing or verbally) when the information is unclear or questionable
When the third-party payroll verification source meets the above criteria, the worker may consider information received from that source the same as when obtained from the primary source.
Examples of third-party payroll verification sources include but are not limited to any of the following:
Corporate Cost Control (CCCVerify)
Verify Advantage (formerly known as VerifyDirect)
The types of earned income information verification provided by third-party payroll verification sources include, but are not limited to the following:
Earned Income
Hours worked
How often paid
Last day worked or last day paid
Leave hours and pay