We will be publishing high level discrepancy statistics on a monthly basis.
For the month of July 2014, we observed that 3% of the overall number of cases had discrepancies (could be major or minor).
Next, let us look at the breakup of the discrepancies to identify further which types of components (checks) were the source of these discrepancies. These discrepancies were in the education, reference and employment checks, with education check discrepancies responsible for more half of the total number of discrepancies.
This goes somewhat contrary to the popular belief that most of the discrepancies come up in employment verification.