Experian Phone Number

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714-830-7000
Customer service
Current Wait: 27 min (23m avg)
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm PST; best time to call: 8:15am
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Unfreeze my credit report.
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Our Editor's Notes on Experian's Phone-Based Customer Care

Experian is one of the largest consumer credit bureaus. Many employers, landlords, insurance companies, banks and credit card providers use Experian's reports to make decisions about employment, insurance coverage, housing, and granting credit. As a result, Experian's customer service team gets a lot of requests for assistance from consumers.

Why Do People Call Experian?

There are many reasons why a person might call Experian's telephone customer service:

  • Questions about information and potential errors on credit reports
  • Requesting a credit report hold or freeze
  • Reporting identity theft
  • Inquiries about Experian's credit monitoring service
  • Requesting a copy of one's own credit report (see information about free credit reports below)
  • To dispute their FICO(R) credit score

Some of these services require consumers to call dedicated numbers for assistance. Some of these numbers are answered by an automated voice request system, so you should be aware of this before calling.

A Word About Free Annual Credit Reports

The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act gives consumers a right to a free copy of their credit report from each credit bureau, including Experian, every 12 months. However, you shouldn't call Experian to request your free report. Instead, you need to visit annualcreditreport.com or call 1-877-322-8228.

Other Free Credit Reports

The Fair Credit Reporting Act also gives you the right to an additional free credit report under other circumstances, including:

  • An employer, landlord, bank, credit issuer or insurance company has taken adverse action against you (such as denying credit, employment or housing applications)
  • You are unemployed and job hunting
  • You have been the victim of fraud
  • You receive public assistance

If you've already requested your free reports for the year, you must contact each credit bureau, including Experian, directly.

Why Should Consumers be Cautious When Calling Experian?

Be sure to double-check any numbers that you have for Experian and make sure that they are accurate. This is because there are some unscrupulous companies that may take advantage of dialing errors or confusion over branding.

Free credit report providers: There are other services that may offer "free" credit reports, but they are usually trying to sell credit monitoring services. They may even use Experian's name in their advertising, but these companies are only resellers of Experian's information. Once your "free" trial is up, your credit or debit card is charged for the service. If you want to request your free annual credit report, you must contact annualcreditreport.com or call 1-877-322-8228.

Scammers: Because credit bureaus deal with such sensitive information, it is important to double-check numbers when calling Experian. Some unethical companies may have a phone number that is similar to Experian's, which might lead to someone calling and unwittingly giving that company information that could be used for identity theft purposes.

How do Consumers Feel About Calling Experian?

Customer service is a huge concern for Experian and there are a lot of people who attempt to contact the company every day by phone. Reports from consumers are often mixed. Many people report difficulty in trying to speak to a human being and others complain that the company's automated system doesn't work well.

There are some reports indicating that the company's toll-free numbers are managed by automated systems and can make it more difficult to speak to a person. Calling Experian's regular phone lines may give you a better chance of talking to a person.

What Kind of Issues can an Experian Customer Service Representative Resolve?

Experian customer service representatives can help you with a variety of issues, including:

  • Ordering copies of your Experian credit report
  • Challenging inaccurate information
  • Providing protection against identity theft, such as freezing your credit report
  • Filing a dispute of your credit score
  • Answering questions about your report

What is Difficult to Resolve with Experian Phone-Based Customer Service?

Experian states on its website that it is best able to help consumers with disputes when the consumer has a recent credit report in front of them. If you don't have a copy of your credit report, try to get one before calling. It is possible to order your report online and receive it within minutes.

Credit bureaus, such as Experian, report information provided to them by creditors. Experian can research erroneous information, but can't change it unless the creditor acknowledges the error or fails to respond entirely to your dispute.

If you have been the victim of identity theft or fraud, you will need to report what happened to law enforcement. Experian can't do this for you.

Depending on your concern, you may have fax, mail, or upload documentation to Experian before your case can move forward.

What Should You Do if You Have an Unsuccessful Call with Experian?

If you have tried speaking to a phone representative at Experian but not reached an acceptable resolution, don't give up. You may be able to work things out by using a different approach.

  • Take a few minutes to collect yourself and make notes of what happened on your last call.
  • Consider submitting your request through Experian's online form system.
  • Try calling back. Sometimes a different representative can
  • Send a letter via postal mail, with tracking.
  • Contact and file a report with the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which has oversight over credit reporting agencies.

Customer Number 714-830-7000 - by the Numbers

Numero di telefono da comporre714-830-7000
Richiamata disponibile
Chiamata ricevuta da una persona reale
Dipartimento che stai chiamandoAssistenza clienti
Orari del call centerLun-Ven 8: 00-17: 00 PST
Il momento migliore per comporre il numero08:15
Naviga nel labirinto del telefono verso un essere umanoPremere 3 non appena il messaggio inizia OPPURE Premere 0
Attesa media
Attesa corrente27
Rango (tra i numeri di telefono)1
Rango (complessivo)1
Metodi alternativitelefono, web, e-mail
Qualità della comunicazione74%
Qualità dell'aiuto58%
Voti dei clienti33,034
Ultimo aggiornamento delle informazioniSun Oct 18 2020 08:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Experian's Best Toll-Free/800 Customer Phone Number

Questo è il miglior numero di telefono di Experian, l'attesa in tempo reale in attesa e gli strumenti per saltare attraverso quelle linee telefoniche per arrivare direttamente a un Experian agente. Questo numero di telefono è il miglior numero di telefono di Experian perché 258,954 clienti come te hanno utilizzato queste informazioni di contatto negli ultimi 18 mesi e ci hanno fornito feedback. I problemi comuni affrontati dall'unità di assistenza clienti che risponde alle chiamate a 714-830-7000 includono Correct Reporting, Cancel Subscription, Refund a Charge, Account Access, Remove Credit Freeze e altri problemi relativi al servizio clienti. Il call center Experian in cui chiami ha dipendenti da Bulgaria, UK, Texas, Illinois ed è aperto Mon-Fri 8am-5pm PST in base ai clienti. In totale, Experian ha 7 numeri di telefono. Non è sempre chiaro quale sia il modo migliore per parlare con i rappresentanti di Experian, quindi abbiamo iniziato a compilare queste informazioni basate sui suggerimenti della community dei clienti. Continua a condividere le tue esperienze in modo che possiamo continuare a migliorare questa risorsa gratuita.

Contacting Experian - by phone or otherwise

Mentre 714-830-7000 è il miglior numero verde di Experian, ci sono 9 modi totali per metterti in contatto con loro. Il prossimo modo migliore per parlare con il loro team di assistenza clienti, secondo altri Experian clienti, è chiamare il loro 800-493-1058 numero di telefono per il loro Assistenza clienti dipartimento. Oltre a chiamare, la prossima opzione preferita per i clienti in cerca di aiuto è via 800-493-1058 per Assistenza clienti. Se ritieni che queste informazioni siano inesatte o conosci altri modi per contattare Experian, faccelo sapere in modo che possiamo condividere con altri clienti. And you can click here if you want to compare all the contact information we've gathered for Experian.

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