Credit troubles? Take the last step toward an error-free credit report
You’ve spotted an error on your credit report, asked the creditor to correct your account, and they’ve agreed to do just that. What’s next? You still need to let the credit reporting agency know about the correction before your credit file can become accurate and up to date. You can also have a corrected version of your credit file sent to anyone who has made a recent request for your credit report.
With Nolo’s Creditor Verification Letter, you’ll be able to:
inform credit reporting agencies that a creditor has corrected information related to one of your accounts
request that the agency send you a copy of your updated credit report
ask the agency to send a copy of your updated credit report to anyone who has requested your file in the past six months (or within two years if the request was related to a job application)
Ensure that anyone reviewing your credit file sees the right information with this eForm from Nolo.