Should consumers order their free credit reports online? Consumers are entitled to one free credit report a year. The Fair Credit Reporting Act gives consumers the right to request their free credit reports once every 12 months online, by mail or telephone from Equifax, Experian and Trans Union. Consumers are also entitled to free credit … Continue reading SHOULD I ORDER MY FREE CREDITS REPORT ONLINE?
A federal judge in the Southern District of Indiana granted plaintiff's motion to compel Trans Union's discovery responses. Background Plaintiff alleged Trans Union credit reported false information about him when Trans Union credit reported information that belonged to a different consumer. The plaintiff also alleged that Trans Union failed to correct the credit report errors … Continue reading Court Orders Trans Union to Produce Documents
Nashville residents at risk for identity theft by international fraud ring. On Saturday, according to WKRN.com two men, Dragos Diaconu and Gargarita, were charged with identity theft trafficking. Both men were in Nashville on vacation visas. Nashville police received a tip from a bank that its ATM had been emptied by numerous cash withdrawals. In … Continue reading NASHVILLE RESIDENTS AT RISK FOR ID THEFT
What should I do if I am a victim of identity theft? If you are a victim of identity theft, then you must read these 5 steps to correct credit report errors. Identity theft is the number one crime in America. In 2017, over 146 million Americans became identity theft victims because of the Equifax … Continue reading What should I do if I am a victim of identity theft?
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According to The Columbus Telegram, 43-year-old Michael Schnelle has been charged with identity theft and related theft crimes. Schnelle, a manager of a rent to own store in Columbus, Nebraska, allegedly opened fraudulent accounts using customers' social security numbers and fake names. According to law enforcement, over $250,000 was charged on fraudulent accounts. Identity theft is … Continue reading STORE MANAGER CHARGED WITH ID THEFT FOR USING CUSTOMERS’ SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS TO OPEN ACCOUNTS
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE CREDIT BUREAUS VERIFY CREDIT REPORT ERRORS? Have you made a dispute to a consumer reporting agency, such as Equifax, Experian or Trans Union? Did the credit reporting agency verify false information? The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is a federal law that provides consumers in all 50 states with rights, including … Continue reading WHAT HAPPENS IF THE CREDIT BUREAUS VERIFY CREDIT REPORT ERRORS?
Identity Theft & the Fair Credit Reporting Act 12 million consumers a year become victims of identity theft. The harmful effects of identity theft are life changing and last a lifetime. Victims may not know their identity has been stolen until they receive calls from debt collectors, get denied credit or employment, or find credit … Continue reading ID THEFT NEWS – WEEKLY UPDATE