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Credit Report Monitoring


Credit reports change all the time. We alert you when we detect something new in your Equifax credit data. Proactive monitoring can help you uncover fraud early and avoid nasty surprises when you apply for new credit.Important information 33




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CreditSecure offers a variety of benefits to help Card Members stay on top of their credit and identity. Credit Monitoring includes FICO Score tracking and alerts, 3 Bureau Credit reports and monitoring, and credit utilization and credit limit alerts. Identity monitoring includes features such as dark web surveillance, real-time identity alerts, and child monitoring for your enrolled children. Additionally, you can speak to fraud assistance agents if you suspect fraud.


It varies depending on different states, but most negative information (such as a delinquent payment) generally stays on your credit report for up to 7 years, while information regarding a bankruptcy may stay on your credit report for up to 10 years.


The 3 Major Credit Bureaus (Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion) each collect and report information in different ways. While much of their information might be similar, being able to view all three reports gives you the most comprehensive view of your credit information.


Checking your own credit report has no effect on your credit score. In fact, it's recommended that you regularly review your reports so that you can stay current on your credit status. CreditSecure will automatically generate your FICO Score 8 once per month. Additionally, your FICO Score 8 is also calculated when you request your 3 Bureau Credit report, which you can do once every 30 days.


CreditSecure does more than just track your credit score. CreditSecure will monitor your credit at the 3 Major Bureaus: Experian, TransUnion and Equifax. You will receive an alert if any significant changes are detected, so you can take action quickly. CreditSecure's Dark Web Monitoring scans for the illegal trading of your personal information online. There are also several other identity features, including the ability to add monitoring for children.


CreditSecure is not a credit repair organization. It cannot act to improve your credit report, history or score. It also cannot resolve fraudulent activity on your credit reports. CreditSecure cannot directly change accurate adverse information on your report. If you believe your credit report is inaccurate, you must notify the report's issuer.


CyberAgent dark web monitoring scans the dark web of the internet for your personally identifiable information that may be compromised including: 10 Credit/Debit Cards 10 Bank Accounts 10 Retail Cards 5 Medical ID Cards 5 Phone #s 5 Email Addresses 1 Passport 1 Driver's License 1 SSN The dark web is defined as a part of the World Wide Web that is only accessible by means of special software which allows users to remain anonymous. Some of the information above must be entered into your CreditSecure portal to be monitored. Components such as e-mail, SSN, primary phone number and credit card used for payment will be automatically monitored.


The FCRA allows you to obtain all of the information in your consumer credit file from any consumer credit reporting company for a reasonable charge. The FCRA allows consumers to get one free comprehensive report of all of the information in their credit file from each of the 3 Major Bureaus once every 12 months through a central source. Georgia residents can receive two reports per year. To request your free annual report under the FCRA, you must go to www.annualcreditreport.com. CreditSecure is not related to the free FCRA report that you are or may be entitled to. The FCRA also states that you are entitled to receive a report directly from the consumer credit reporting company free of charge under the following circumstances: You have been denied credit, insurance or employment in the past 60 days as a result of your credit report;


The FCRA also permits you to dispute inaccurate information in your credit report without charge. Accurate information cannot be changed. You do not have to purchase your credit report or other information from American Express or CreditSecure to dispute inaccurate or incomplete information in your credit file or to receive a copy of your credit report.


The credit report you receive through CreditSecure is not intended to constitute the disclosure report of Experian information required by the FCRA or similar state laws. Experian's National Consumer Assistance Center provides a proprietary consumer disclosure report that is different from the consumer credit report provided by ConsumerInfo.com, Inc. This disclosure report must be obtained directly from Experian by going to www.experian.com/dispute..


Credit reports obtained through CreditSecure may not have the same information as credit reports obtained directly from the 3 Major Bureaus or pursuant to the free annual FCRA report that you are entitled to.


Notwithstanding any provision in this Agreement to the contrary, we agree that if American Express and/or Provider makes any change to this arbitration provision (other than a change to the Notice Address) during your enrollment in any credit monitoring or other product, you may reject any such change and require American Express and/or Provider to adhere to the language in this provision if a dispute between us arises regarding such enrollment product.


CreditSecure Unlimited is no longer a product offered by American Express as of October, 2017. This product membership has been migrated to a CreditSecure membership for $16.99 per member per month. Unlimited reports are no longer available, and all other product features listed here as features of CreditSecure are offered to migrated enrollees of CreditSecure Unlimited.


The information in your credit report can affect your buying power. It can also affect your chance to get a job, rent or buy a place to live, and buy insurance. Credit bureaus sell the information in your report to businesses that use it to decide whether to loan you money, give you credit, offer you insurance, or rent you a home. Some employers use credit reports in hiring decisions. The strength of your credit history also affects how much you will have to pay to borrow money.


Identity theft can damage your credit with unpaid bills and past-due accounts. If you think someone might be misusing your personal information, go to IdentityTheft.gov to report it and get a personalized recovery plan.


Federal law gives you the right to get a free copy of your credit report every 12 months from each of the three nationwide credit bureaus. Through December 2023, everyone in the United States also can get a free credit report each week from each of the three credit bureaus at AnnualCreditReport.com.


You have options: order your free reports at the same time, or stagger your requests throughout the year. Some financial advisors say staggering your requests during a 12-month period may be a good way to keep an eye on the accuracy and completeness of the information in your reports. Because each nationwide credit bureau gets its information from different sources, the information in your report from one credit bureau may not be the same as the information in your reports from the other two credit bureaus.


Credit monitoring involves keeping track of your accounts and any changes in your credit report that could impact your score. This monitoring helps to identify potential incidents of fraud as well as shifts in creditworthiness.


Private companies called "credit reporting agencies" collect information related to your access to and use of credit. They make that information available to others under certain circumstances in the form of a "credit report." Lending institutions, employers, insurance agencies, and future creditors make decisions about you from the information in your credit report. Your credit report is an important document, and the law gives you certain protections against the reporting of incorrect information. Knowing your legal rights and remedies is a first step to resolving any problems related to your credit report.


Note: Your Credit Report is Free! Under state and federal law, you are entitled to one free copy of your credit report per calendar year from each of the three main credit reporting agencies noted above. Requesting a copy every year to ensure your report is without errors is worthwhile and recommended. If you ever apply for and are denied credit, you should immediately get a copy of your report to verify that all the information is correct. You have the right to know which credit reporting agency prepared the report that was used in the denial of your credit application. Under state law, you have the right to a free copy of your credit report within 60 days of being denied credit. Visit the annual credit report website or call (877) 322-8228 to request your free annual credit report.


If there is incorrect information in your credit report, you may ask the credit reporting agency to investigate. For most items, you must do so in writing and can use a trackable method like certified mail to ensure that it is received. Certain items may be disputed directly online when viewing your credit report. If an item is available to be disputed online, all dispute options available will appear next to that item. The credit reporting agency must investigate your claim within 30 business days by asking the creditor in question to review its records, unless the agency believes that the dispute is "frivolous or irrelevant." Within 5 business days of its receipt of your request, a credit reporting agency must notify the creditor that you are disputing the information.The credit reporting agency is required to correct, complete, or delete any information that is erroneous, incomplete, or unverified.


Most negative information that is more than 7 years old may not be included in your credit report. There are several exceptions to this rule; the primary one is bankruptcy, which may be reported for up to 10 years. These rules do not apply if the credit transaction is for $50,000 or more, or if the report is being provided in connection with employment in a job that involves an annual salary of $20,000 or more. 041b061a72


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