TransUnion to face claims it named wrong source on credit reports

November 13th, 2014 by admin

A federal judge has ruled that credit reporting bureau TransUnion will have to face claims that it violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act
(FCRA) by naming the wrong source of information it included in credit reports.

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4 Responses

  1. Michael Turner says:

    I have a listing on my transunion report that is not mine, it is from my ex-wife loan she had on a house in August 2007.Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC has reported it to all 3 of the credit reporting agencies.I filed a dispute with Ocwen, haven’t heard anything from them,but after I filed a complaint with Experian and Equifax, they removed it from my record. I have filed with Transunion and so far they have not removed it from my credit report.

  2. Viren Patel says:

    One of the businesses accessed my credit report without my permission or knowledge. They accessed it under the excuse of line of credit. I never applied for line of credit and they are not in the lending business. They are an attorney representing HOA. I owe past dues on HOA fees but they obtained my credit report. Can I sue them for violating my privacy or my rights to privacy?

    Pleae call me at 678 670 4155, Victor Patel

  3. Great Attorneys Francis and Mailman
    We sued the Credit Bureau not once but 3x for naming me wrongly on someone elses credit report. Not only was the person named born in 1971, I 1947, big difference in age. Even though I contacted the credit bureau and gave the information as well as a letter from the city of Philadelphia claiming that this was not me, they still left the information on my credit report, And I was declined a mortgage because of what they had listed on my credit report. I check it regularly . Thanks again Francis and Mailman for setteling these past problems.
    Bob Margeson Sr.

  4. angel says:

    For some reason, my social pulls up a deceased person through Transunion, however with everyone else, everything checks out fine! When I told them this after they informed me, they said credit karma information could be trusted and that I had to send in numerous forms, along with a letter explaining everything and until I did so, my credit information would be all screwed up! Although my social has been ran through numerous things and everything has checked out! Maybe their the one who can’t be trusted with their credit information.

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