Under the FCRA, the credit reporting company is responsible for correcting inaccurate or incomplete information in your credit report. If you find inaccurate information in your Experian credit report, you can go to Www.Experian.com/disputes to dispute it and request a free copy of your report if the dispute results in a change. It’s the fastest & easiest way to resolve the errors of your credit report.
How to Dispute Your Credit Report Online:
To use this service, you must have a current copy of your Experian personal credit report first. If you see something that you believe is inaccurate, visit www.Experian.com/disputes and click the “Yes, I Have a Credit Report Number” button. Then you need to enter your Report Number (listed at the top of the report), Social Security Number, State and Zip Code, and agree the terms and conditions.
Click the “Submit” button. On the next page, you need to select a specific reason why you feel the information is inaccurate and enter any additional facts that further explain your reason. Make sure you provide your email address to receive notification when the results of your investigation are ready to be viewed.
Experian will notify you the results of your dispute investigation within 30 days, and they will provide you with a link to the results online.
Learn more from Www.Experian.com/disputes!