The three major credit bureaus in the United States are Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. There are several likely reasons why you might need to contact one of these companies, but they sure don’t make it easy to get in touch with someone on the telephone.
Below you will find the contact info for each US consumer reporting agency, including important phone numbers, mailing and website addresses.
Equifax Credit Information Services, LLC
P.O. Box 740241, Atlanta, GA 30374
866-349-5186: Dispute Credit Report Items
800-685-1111: Request Free Credit Report
888-766-0008: Place Fraud Alert on Profile
866-493-9788: Existing Customer Support
888-202-4025: Business Solutions
404-885-8078: Fax Number
Experian National Consumer Assistance Center
P.O. Box 4500, Allen, TX 75013
800-509-8495: Dispute Credit Report Items
888-397-3742: Report Requests & Fraud Help
877-284-7942: Existing Customer Support
888-243-6951: Business Credit Services
972-390-4908: Fax Line
TransUnion Consumer Relations
P.O. Box 2000, Chester, PA 19016-2000
800-916-8800: Disputes Items & Status Checks
877-322-8228: Free Annual Credit Report
800-888-4213: Purchase Credit Report
888-909-8872: Place a Security Freeze
800-493-2392: Credit Monitoring Customer Support
866-922-2100: Business Services Assistance
610-546-4771: Fax Machine
CreditRepair.com is a leading credit repair company that can answer your credit-related questions, help you work with the credit bureaus to fix your credit report and improve your credit score. Call (866) 573-0338 for a free credit consultation.
Whether you’re looking to request your free annual credit report, dispute an item on one of your credit reports, check the status of an existing report, order an updated report, place a fraud alert on your credit profile, lift a security freeze off your file, sign-up for credit monitoring, or inquire about other personal or business services; we’ve got you covered!
Our credit is one of our most important assets. It extremely helpful to be able to talk to these agencies when you have credit issues and concerns, or simply want to be proactive and monitor your credit profile. The credit bureaus don’t make it easy for you to get in touch with a human, which can make it difficult to get the answers we need. Although you will usually have to go through a series of automated questions first, our goal is to help you get in touch with a live person when you need one.
We’ve updated this web page for 2016, but if you find an inaccuracy of an agency’s telephone number, website or mailing address; or feel we’ve missed other important contact information, please let us know. We’ll make the appropriate updates as soon as possible. Thanks!
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