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Consumers Can Dispute Inquires

Posted by Ian Lyngklip | Aug 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

A Pennsylvania federal court has ruled that consumers have the right to dispute illegal inquiries into their credit report. The court held that Trans Union did not properly understand what it means for a report to be accurate and rejected its unduly narrow understanding of the term. Consumers should check their credit reports for inquiries that don't belong and dispute them as not being permitted under the statute.  If you need help disputing an inquiry on your report, you can find help and sample letters on our Resource page.

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Ian Lyngklip

SENIOR ATTORNEY Vcard University of Detroit Mercy Law School, JD, 1992 Attorney Ian B. Lyngklip graduated summa cum laude from the University of Detroit Mercy Law School and began practicing law in 1992. Since 1995, Mr. Lyngklip has focused his practice on consumer matters, and litigated those...

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