Legal Question in Bankruptcy in Georgia

Transunion lists me as bankrupt, I never filed bankruptcy.

Transunion lists me as bankrupt and I have never filed bankruptcy, Equifax and Experian do not list me as bankrupt and I have called and written Transunion, they will not change my credit history even though I have asked them to check the courthouse records to show them that I have never filed bankruptcy.

Asked on 7/29/02, 3:22 pm

1 Answer from Attorneys

Lee Morgan Morgan & Morgan

Re: Transunion lists me as bankrupt, I never filed bankruptcy.

I recommend that you send them a certified letter demanding an explanation and correction. If they fail to respond and correct any errors, you may have a claim under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, especially if you have suffered any economic damages, such as loss of job, etc.

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Answered on 7/30/02, 1:49 pm

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