Experian Class Action Lawsuit

Have you ever been a customer of Experian, the consumer credit reporting company?

You may be able to receive a payment from Experian if you suffered an adverse action because of Experian’s inaccurate reporting of a civil judgment or tax lien.

In Clark v. Experian Info Sols., Inc., the Court has granted final approval of a settlement of class members’ claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act regarding the reporting of public record information relating to tax liens and civil judgments.

Through the settlement, class members have the opportunity to receive two years of free credit monitoring and to participate in a Mediation Program to receive a monetary payment.

Those Eligible:

  1. Anyone whose Experian credit report contained a tax lien, civil judgment or bankruptcy and who requested their consumer file from January 15, 2011, and September 21, 2018, is eligible for credit monitoring.
  2. Anyone whose Experian consumer report contained inaccurate information about a tax lien or civil judgment from January 15, 2014, and September 21, 2018, is potentially eligible to receive money through the Meditation Program.

For more information and details about the settlement and the criteria to participate, visit www.experianpublicrecordsettlement.com.

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