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Misrepresentation and Falsification
When you represent data or information incorrectly, improperly of falsely. This may occur intentionally(by falsifying billings and proofing materials) or unintentionally (by misrepresenting an category and references due to poor referencing practice).

Falsifying documents in a Homifax Verified Report is a serious matter, and would generally constitute misconduct and result in disciplinary action. It may also raise issues of dishonesty and breach of trust in the service agreement relationship, and depending on the facts, may raise potential regulatory and criminal breaches. What counts as falsifying documents in Homifax reporting? Falsification of documents is the act of changing the information on a document deliberately intending to mislead a person or company. In the context of a Homifax Report, this could be in circumstances where an user | report owner has forged their own personal documents to gain or retain ,verified status, Homifax credits, or where a user fraudulently alters or amends uploaded records, such as for economic gain or other form of advantage. 
Examples of falsifying personal documents
The falsification of proofing documents including, for example, billings, photos, video, contracts, or references, essentially refers to where an individual provides their prospective Homifax report buyer with fake documents. Another example could be providing falsified proofing material including billings, receipts, altered media, false claims.

Depending on the nature of the business or documents in question, acquiring an asset which contains falsify information about the nature and extent of their condition can have significant consequences for an acquirer. This can lead to issues around liability and reputational damage.  What does the law say about falsifying declared documents? Regardless of the extent of any damage caused by the Homifax Report Holder’s dishonesty or the potential risk of damage, falsifying documents in to a report purchaser inmost cases would be a conduct issue, for which a user may, depending on the facts, be lawfully dismissed for gross misconduct. What constitutes gross misconduct can depend upon the context in which the conduct takes place and any repercussions arising from this.

Penalties for falsifying documents at work
If an individual is found to have falsified documents in the Homifax Report following a fair and lawful disciplinary procedure, Homifax reserves the right to terminate services and deny future service. This is because fraudulent behavior, provided this is proven, is a matter of gross misconduct for which a user can be summarily dismissed. However, the consequences of falsifying documents can be even greater than this. In some instance, this level of dishonesty can result in an individual being penalized, for example, Homifax Report Holder may have to reimburse all previous report sold to inquirer.
An issued warning or blacklisted Homifax Users may reduce your other financial credit scores. Please keep in mind.

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