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Credit report disputes: How to fix an error on your Credit Report
Credit report disputes: How to fix an error on your Credit Report

How to dispute errors, late payments, or other marks on your credit report

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Written by Francis
Updated over a week ago

There are occasions where an error will occur on your credit report, here's how to dispute these errors directly with the credit reporting agency:

Disputing late payments & derogatory marks

Negative marks such as late payments negatively impact your score. There are two ways to dispute these. First: you can contact the bank/lender and request for them to remove the mark from your credit file. This will remove it from reports from all 3 bureaus. If the error is instead specific to your Experian credit report, you can create an account with Experian to directly submit a dispute.

Fixing Inaccurate information

If you notice inaccurate information on your report such as closed accounts showing as still open, payments history being incorrect, or other inaccuracies, feel free to also create an account with Experian online and submit a request.

My data isn't up to date

Your credit report should be updated once a month. Not all lenders will update all credit agencies at the same time. There maybe some variation in terms of when Experian receives your data resulting in delayed updates. In general your score and credit report are refreshed separately on a monthly basis. You can learn more by checking out this guide: How often is my credit score & report refreshed?

How do I dispute with other credit agencies?

Rocket Money partners with Experian for our Credit Report data. There are two additional credit bureaus, Equifax and Transunion. To dispute information with those agencies, you can submit disputes online at:


Please note πŸ‘‰ Rocket Money Support does not have access to your credit score information for security purposes. You will need to report any dispute directly with the credit reporting agency.

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