TML Information Services Check Errors

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12 Jun, 2024
Daniel Cohen
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Your personal information is misrepresented in a Motor Vehicle Record

Has your information been misrepresented in a Motor Vehicle Record? You might be eligible to take legal action against TML Information Services.

Dive into TML Information Services, a veteran provider of Motor Vehicle Records for over 25 years, offering crucial data to insurance companies, car rentals, employers, and financial institutions. Operating an expansive network accessing driving records from all 50 states, TML can swiftly extract comprehensive records, revolutionizing the process since 1985. Learn how companies leverage this information for risk assessment, eligibility determination, and hiring decisions. Understand your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and Driver’s Privacy Protection Act (DPPA), and explore potential legal action against TML Information Services if misrepresentation occurs.

An Introduction to TML Information Services

TML Information Services provides Motor Vehicle Records to insurance companies, car rental companies, employers, banks, and finance companies. They have been providing these services for over 25 years.

They operate a network of servers that gives access to driving records from the Department of Motor Vehicles from 50 different states and the District of Columbia. They can extract a driving record in a matter of a few minutes.

TML Information Services was established in 1985 and became the first company to build an exclusive online ordering system for Motor Vehicle Records.

How do Companies use the Information by TML Services?

Insurance companies can calculate the risk of a potential driver based on their motor vehicle records. Once they assess the level of risk, they charge insurance rates accordingly.

Car rental companies use the information to assess if a driver is eligible to rent one of their cars. On the other hand, employers use this data to see if a person is fit for the job or promotion.

The information that can be extracted from your motor vehicle records is listed below:

  • License status
  • Expiration date
  • Endorsements
  • Suspensions
  • Revocations
  • Violations
  • Convictions
  • Accidents
  • DUIs
  • And more

Protection Against TML Information Services

If your motor vehicle record is being used for employment or insurance purposes, you are protected under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) against unfair practices. If your records are used for other purposes, you are protected under the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act or any other applicable state law.

If your information is being misrepresented or misused, you might be eligible to take legal action against TML Information Services. To learn about your rights, get in touch with a lawyer.

What are your Options?

If your rights have been violated under the FCRA or DPPA, you should dispute it directly with TML Information Services by using their contact information below:

If you have raised a dispute with them and they haven't offered any solution within 30 days, you should sue them for any damages you may have faced during the whole process.

Consumer Attorneys are a great legal option as they have dealt with many cases like this and have helped their clients receive sufficient compensation for damages. Moreover, they offer free case reviews and will only charge you their fees once you win the case.

You can call them at +1 877-615-1725 or email them at [email protected]

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Daniel Cohen is the Founder of Consumer Attorneys. Daniel manages the firm’s branding, marketing, client intake and business development efforts. Since 2017, he is a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates and the National Consumer Law Center. Mr. Cohen is a nationally-recognized practitioner of consumer protection law. He has a wealth of proven legal experience in the US in: collective claims, representing visually impaired people who believe their rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act have been violated in both the physical and digital environments, corporate governance and dispute resolution. Read more

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