What to do if you are mistakenly reported as deceased by TransUnion?
Have you been mistakenly reported as deceased by TransUnion? It may seem ridiculous, but now you have to prove that you aren't. We explain how this mistake occurs, how you can fix it, what your rights are under the law, how best to protect yourself from the worst financial and emotional consequences, and how to get compensation. Call us today!Read more
The Best Way to Fix a TransUnion Deceased Alert on Your Credit Report Is to Know Your Rights
The Best Way to Fix a Deceased Credit Report Is to Know Your Rights Under the Law
When a Credit Report Says that You're Deceased, Learn Why and How to Protect Yourself Legally and Financially
Protecting Your Identity: Expert Legal Solutions for Stolen Identities
Personal credit history has become a commodity, and those who profit from it are an inverse pyramid.
Like some kind of financial long Covid, when credit reporting agencies and background check companies like On Site LLC don’t fix their mistakes (even after agreeing to and paying a cash settlement) the result is on-going suffering that never ends, like a festering wound.
In yet another example of the carelessness of the Credit Reporting Agencies (CRA’s), Vietnamese Americans have an increased risk of reporting errors because they don’t have that many names to go around.
In 2021, service-members, veterans, and military family members reported nearly 50,000 cases of identity theft to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
If you had the misfortune to have been erroneously flagged as a terrorist on your credit report, you need to read this.
Unauthorized withdrawals are often a sure sign of identity theft
While certainly no surprise to attorneys like us who deal with these agencies all the time, it's nice to see the government start to take notice.