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To whom this may concern, I am writing to request the removal of unauthorized credit inquiry/inquiries on my (name of the credit bureau\u2014Equifax, Experian and/or TransUnion) credit report. My latest credit report shows (number of hard inquiries you are disputing) credit inquiry/inquiries that I did not authorize.
You can send the credit reporting company a letter stating you don't agree with the outcome. The credit reporting company has to clearly note that the information has been disputed and provide your explanation on any future reports. You can also submit a complaint with the Bureau at consumerfinance.gov/complaint.
Call (866) 349-5191 from 8 a.m. to midnight ET, 7 days a week, and a Customer Care agent can add your statement to your Equifax credit report.
Credit Disputes by Telephone Each of the major credit bureaus (Experian, Equifax, and Trans Union) allow consumers to dispute information on their credit report by phone. Disputing by phone has the advantage of being a quicker and sometimes easier process than writing a dispute letter.
If you see information on your Equifax credit report that you believe is inaccurate or incomplete, simply file a dispute, and we'll look into it right away. Once you've submitted a dispute, we'll investigate and return your results. If we do find that information on your credit report needs to be updated, don't worry.
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Disputing hard inquiries on your credit report involves working with the credit reporting agencies and possibly the creditor that made the inquiry. Hard inquiries can't be removed, however, unless they're the result of identity theft. Otherwise, they'll have to fall off naturally, which happens after two years.
Why you should never dispute Experian credit reporting errors online. Reminder: When they don't fix the error, you have the proof you need to forced them to fix it and pay you damages IF you send your dispute certified mail. If you dispute it online, you make it difficult to enforce the law and it slows you down.
You can send the credit reporting company a letter stating you don't agree with the outcome. The credit reporting company has to clearly note that the information has been disputed and provide your explanation on any future reports. You can also submit a complaint with the Bureau at consumerfinance.gov/complaint.
Dispute Resolution Form Fill in the attached Dispute Resolution Form. Attach a self-attested copy of Identity Proof and Address Proof from the list below. Send the above documents through Courier/Regular Post/ Speed Post to us.
Also, dispute procedures may not be the same at all bureaus, so be sure to follow the procedure with the bureau where you're filing a dispute. You can file a dispute with each of the three nationwide credit bureaus online. At Equifax, you can create a myEquifax account to file a dispute.

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