#credit bureaus contact information
Equifax, Experian, TransUnion:
mail address, phone number, fax number
TransUnion phone number: 800-916-8800 or 800-888-4213
TransUnion fax number: 610-546-4605 or 610-546-4758
The voicemail system is available in Spanish or English and your report is mailed within 72 hours by U.S. mail. If you are faxing to TransUnion, please put Attention: Consumer Relations on the cover sheet.
Equifax phone number: 800-685-1111 or 888-873-5392
Equifax fax number: 888-664-4535 or 888-729-0083
The voicemail system available in Spanish or English. It will let you record your request if you were turned down for credit, employment, or insurance.
Experian phone number: 888-397-3742
Experian fax number: 972-390-3809 is not available any longer – Experian has stopped accepting faxes.
This note was recently added to their website: “Experian’s National Consumer Assistance Center does not recognize faxing as a secure means for transmitting confidential consumer identification information. Therefore, we do not accept consumer correspondence that is faxed to any Experian office. Faxed documents are not processed.” You can Dispute Online .
The voicemail system is available in Spanish or English. It will let you record your request if you were turned down for credit, employment, or insurance. If you weren’t recently denied credit, it will quote a price and tell you how to write for a copy of your report.
A word of caution:
If your phone request gets lost, you will have to write anyway. If your letter is later than 30 days after you were denied credit, employment, or insurance, you might have to pay for the report. Send your letter by registered or certified mail and mention the date that you requested the report by phone. With Equifax you must follow up your phone order with a written request containing proof of address, your driver’s license, name, date of birth and SSN.
TransUnion mailing address: