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Wilshire Credit Corporation Affects Transunion Credit Report
Has Your Credit Been Affected By A Loan That No Longer Exists? Get A Free Consultation!
Transunion Credit Errors Persist
Wilshire Credit Corporation has been out of business for a while now but they are still affecting many of their former client’s credit reporting. While their company failure is common knowledge clients have advised that Transunion is refusing to remove the lines of credit from their history.
Erroneous Negative Credit Reporting Impact
When brought to Transunion attention they advised that they required something from Wilshire Credit Corporation, the now defunct company, to provide them a statement that they no longer service the loan even though their loan showed a zero balance. Even after Bank of America provided them a Welcome Letter showing that they took over the loan Transunion would not move it from the client’s credit report.
How To Sue A Credit Reporting Agency?
While suing a credit reporting agency since the Equifax breach seems all the rage you need to show that you attempted to have the issue corrected. If you’ve notified a credit reporting agency about erroneous information and they refuse to change your history you may be a candidate to take legal action. If you or a loved on has been affected by incorrect credit reporting call us for a free consultation at 888-934-3444.