Deceased Indicator on Your Credit Report?
Have you been marked as “deceased” in a recent credit report? This unpleasant surprise negatively affects millions of Americans every year, and it can keep you from securing a car loan, mortgage, a new line of credit, and so much more. Being marked as deceased on your credit report can even damage your credit score, creating long-lasting, costly financial implications.
If the credit bureaus are reporting you as deceased, you need to get the problem resolved right away. One simple call to Boss Law takes care of it all—our expert credit dispute attorneys are standing by to help correct a deceased indicator error on your credit report, and make sure the credit bureaus and any applicable party pay for the correction.
Why an Incorrect Deceased Indicator on Your Credit Report Matters
Being mistakenly reported as deceased by any of the three major credit bureaus—Equifax, Experian, or TransUnion—or one of their resellers can seriously impact your financial future. What could happen if you hesitate to fix this harmful error?
A deceased indicator on your credit report can keep you from viewing your credit report entirely, as credit bureaus will assume you’re attempting to commit identity fraud.
So, how can you fix this devastating error? Instead of contacting each credit bureau, as well as the party who mistakenly reported the error in the first place, rely on the credit dispute attorneys at Boss Law to get the error corrected right away. Using the Fair Credit Reporting Act, we’ll pursue your case, fix the error, and make sure the credit bureaus pay for the mistake.
Boss Law Deals With the Credit Bureaus – So You Don’t Have To
Removing the deceased indicator on your credit report can be a tedious, time-consuming, and stressful process, but this issue must be fixed immediately if you want to preserve your credit and qualify for financing. With the help of Boss Law, you don’t have to do it alone. We’re a team of credit dispute attorneys who can quickly and effectively fix the deceased indicator and other issues that arise in your credit report. Let us take care of the hassle of dealing with the credit bureaus, so you don’t have to. Take the first step to protect your financial future today by calling us at (727) 877-3188!