Equifax Disputes Address: Where to Send Your Credit Report Dispute
Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting agencies, is responsible for maintaining accurate and complete credit information for millions of consumers. If you find an error or discrepancy on your Equifax credit report, it’s crucial to file a dispute to correct the information. In this article, we will provide you with the Equifax address for disputes and additional resources to help you through the process.
Equifax Dispute Address
To mail your dispute to Equifax, send your dispute letter and any supporting documentation to the following address:
Equifax Information Services LLC
P.O. Box 740256
Atlanta, GA 30374-0256
Before sending your dispute, make sure to:
- Review your credit report carefully. Identify all errors or discrepancies that need to be addressed. Familiarize yourself with the different sections of your credit report to ensure that you don’t miss any critical information.
- Gather supporting documentation. Include any documents that support your dispute, such as account statements, payment records, police reports, or identity theft reports. This evidence will help strengthen your case. Also make a copy of your drivers license and a current utility bill to prove your identity to Equifax.
- Write a detailed dispute letter. Clearly explain the errors you’ve found and request specific corrections. You can use our guide on how to write a credit report dispute letter for tips and best practices.
- Make copies of all documents. Keep a copy of your dispute letter and any supporting documentation for your records.
- Send your dispute via certified mail. This will provide you with a receipt as proof that Equifax received your dispute, which may be helpful if you need to escalate the issue or seek legal assistance.
Additional Resources for Disputing Equifax Errors
While mailing your dispute is the preferred dispute method, there are other ways to file a dispute with Equifax. We don’t think its a good idea but, you can also submit your dispute online or by phone at 1-866-349-5191.
For more guidance on disputing errors with Equifax, check out our article on Equifax dispute tips. If you need assistance or have questions about the dispute process, don’t hesitate to contact us at Clanton Law Office. Our team specializes in Fair Credit Reporting Act cases and can help you navigate the complexities of disputing credit report errors.