Fair Credit Reporting Act
The Fair Credit Reporting Act allows you to obtain a disclosure from every credit reporting agency of the nature and substance of all information in your file at the time of the request. Full disclosure of information in your file at a credit reporting agency must be obtained directly from such credit reporting agency. The credit reports provided or requested through our Site are not intended to constitute the disclosure of information by a credit reporting agency as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act or similar laws.
- You are entitled to receive a complimentary copy of your credit report from a credit reporting agency if:
- You have been denied credit, insurance, employment within the past sixty (60) days based on information in a credit report provided by such agency.
- You certify in writing you are unemployed and intend to apply for employment during the sixty (60) day period beginning on the date on which you made such certification.
- You are a recipient of public welfare assistance.
You have reason to believe that your file at such credit reporting agency contains inaccurate information due to fraud.
In addition, if you are a resident of Colorado, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, or Vermont, you may receive one complimentary copy of your credit report each year from the credit bureaus. If you are a resident of Georgia, you may receive two complimentary copies of your credit report each year from the credit bureaus. Otherwise, a consumer reporting agency may impose a reasonable charge for providing you with a copy of your credit report.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act provides that you may dispute inaccurate or incomplete information in your credit report. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PURCHASE YOUR CREDIT REPORT FROM TRUELINK IN ORDER TO DISPUTE INACCURATE OR INCOMPLETE INFORMATION IN YOUR REPORT OR TO RECEIVE A COPY OF YOUR REPORT FROM EQUIFAX, EXPERIAN OR TRANSUNION, THE THREE NATIONAL CREDIT REPORTING AGENCIES, OR FROM ANY OTHER CREDIT REPORTING AGENCY.
It may be the policies of Equifax, Experian and/or TransUnion to provide a complimentary copy of the consumer credit report under circumstances other than those described above. If you wish to contact Equifax, Experian or TransUnion to obtain a copy of your credit report directly from such agency or if you wish to dispute information contained in an Equifax, Experian or TransUnion credit report file, see the contact information and dispute process description contained on the Disputing Credit Information page. You can reach this page from your credit report or from Credit Central. The form of credit report and related disclosures provided directly by such agencies to you may differ from those provided by TrueLink.