Here’s How to Resolve Your Equifax Credit Dispute
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There are Two Options for Equifax Credit Dispute:
1. You can file your Equifax credit dispute in writing. This includes mailing a letter to the credit reporting agency or using their online form for filing disputes. The fair credit report act gives 30 days for the credit reporting office to inquire the dispute claim and come to a conclusion on the situation. You will then receive the written results and a free version of your credit score report whether any changes have been made.
2. You need a recent copy of your credit report from equifax.com. Once you have your credit report, you can file an Equifax credit dispute of any information you believe may be inaccurate online.