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PeopleWise is a search portal by LexisNexis, allowing you to search people, businesses, property, and neighborhoods. PeopleWise is a tool used to connect with other people, but it also collects public records and information from official data sources. Information that PeopleWise contains can be work history, bankruptcies, liens, judgements, criminal records, property history, lawsuits, education history, and more.

Know Your Rights

The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) was enacted to protect your rights when it comes to your credit history. Under the FCRA, you have the right to:

  • Be notified if a credit or consumer report has been used against you.
  • Request and view a copy of your credit or consumer report file.
  • Give consent to employers to view your consumer report.
  • Dispute errors on your credit and consumer report.

If you have errors on your PeopleWise report, you have the right to dispute and correct this information. Francis & Mailman can help.

Hire A Consumer Protection Law Firm

Francis & Mailman is ready to help you dispute false information about you from PeopleWise. Notify the credit reporting agencies immediately, call us at (877) 735-8600, and start your free case review.

PeopleWise Contact Information

Address 751 E. Technology Ave., Bldg. F, Ste. 2300
City Orem
State Utah
Zip Code 84097
Phone 1 877-477-9473
Fax  801-426-7120
Website http://www.peoplewise.com

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