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Equifax Mistakes — A Violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act?

Equifax has a reputation for merging credit information that belongs to two entirely different people, especially when people share the same name (such as father and son). This mistake is known as a Mixed Credit File. The damage caused by mixed credit file mistakes can cost the victims HUNDREDS of credit points and can keep you from accessing new credit – like mortgages, car loans or credit cards.

How Equifax Mixed Credit Reports Damage You:

When your credit file is merged with another person – you get the good and the bad. The bad is that negative accounts – charge offs, foreclosure, bankruptcy, and late payments will appear on your account. The consequence of this mistake is a drastic drop in credit score.  The result — you may find difficulties in qualifying for work background checks and you will be rejected new credit. 

Why Should You Hire a Credit Report Lawyer?

Lenders and credit bureaus are typically massive companies. The credit reporting process has been completely automated – for example, a mixed file credit error is typically a computer error. The lenders or credit bureaus automated reporting system simply made a mistake.  The problem is that fixing the mistake can be incredibly challenging, frustrating and time consuming. The credit dispute process is also automated —so, the victims of these mistakes have a terrible time getting help. 

These mistakes are not the consumer’s fault. If a lender or credit bureau does not fix a mistake after a proper consumer dispute — the lender and/or the credit bureau broke a federal law – the Fair Credit Reporting Act. At Boss Law, we sue the lenders and bureaus for these mistakes – an you may be entitled to damages, punitive damages and attorney’s fees. 

At Boss Law we take your case on contingency — which means that we do not get paid, unless you get paid.  

When Equifax refuses to fix your credit — call us, we may sue them in federal court on your behalf. 

What Are The Most Common Credit Report Errors?

Some of the most frequent mistakes you can find in your credit report include:

  • Merged or mixed files
  • Incorrect criminal records 
  • Incorrect credit information
  • Inquiry information — such as unauthorized accesses to your private information
  • Incorrect tax and judgment liens 
  • Accounts listed as open even if you closed them
  • False account statements such as being stated as a cosigner 
  • Incorrect public record information — bankruptcies or lawsuits
  • Incomplete or incorrect personal information such as name, marital status, address, current or past employment.

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If Equifax or any company is incorrectly reporting information – please call us immediately. The consultation is FREE and we can help you with your credit bureau dispute process – at no charge.
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