Utilities Companies

Utility and telecom companies store their customer account data in a database. Those with access to this database can easily scrutinize payment history and information about customers to make informed decisions and manage risks. 

This data is useful to lenders and other financial firms that want to measure the solvency of prospects who don't have an extensive credit history. By investigating this information, lenders, financial firms, and employers can make less risky decisions regarding the people they deal with. 

Credit report errors are common, and credit reporting agencies often do their best to not fix them. If such errors are persistently causing you problems when you try to get your utilities connected, fill out our form and connect with us to see if you have a case. 

The Fair Credit Reporting Act affords you the right to submit a complaint against the credit screening company. When you submit your complaint, the company has no more than 30 days to fix the errors; otherwise, you have the right to file a lawsuit against them. 

Consumer Attorneys will uncover any possible noncompliance by employers or the credit reporting companies under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. We encourage you to visit www.annualcreditreport.com to secure your yearly free credit reports. If any information looks unfamiliar or questionable, give us a call right away. Know also that at Customer Attorneys, you won’t pay a dollar out of pocket. The credit report attorneys we represent only receive a fee if they win on their client’s behalf.

Let us fight for your rights! Errors on credit reports are difficult to remove; for that, you need Consumer Attorneys. We specialize in these kinds of disputes. Contact us for  immediate assistance or a free consultation at +1 877-615-1725. You can also fill out a free case review on our website.

Here is the most common utilities company:

  • National Consumer Telecom & Utilities Exchange