Remove Fraud Alert

ABCR will not be able to begin repairing your credit if there is a 90-day block on the credit due to a Fraud Alert. 

To get this alert removed, follow the process below for each credit bureau.

Experian

Collect the following:

  1. Letter (using letter template below)
  2. BLACK AND WHITE copy of your driver’s license
  3. current utility bill

... and upload these to: www.experian.com/upload

Or, you can mail the above to:

Experian's National Consumer Assistance Center
P.O. Box 4500
Allen, TX 75013,

Equifax

Send letter (using letter template below) to:

Equifax Consumer Fraud Division
PO Box 740256
Atlanta, GA 30374

TransUnion

They will release it on the phone with you, but you need to use the verbiage from the template below.

Call:
800-813-5604
800-493-2392
800-916-8800

[Your Name]
[Your Address]

[Current Date]

[Credit Bureau Address, example] 
Equifax Consumer Fraud Division
PO Box 740256
Atlanta, GA 30374


To whom in may concern:

Please remove the extended Fraud Alert on my credit report. I do not want it. To verify my identity and address, I’m including a copy of my driver’s license, social security card and a recent utility bill.

Thank you,


[Your Name]