Identity Theft Attorneys

If accounts or other information you do not recognize is appearing on your credit report, you could be the victim of identity theft or even file mixing. Our experienced attorneys can litigate these potentially life-changing errors and get you the compensation you deserve.

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About Identity Theft

Trying to figure out when and how your identity was stolen can be daunting, exhausting, and time-consuming all at once. Therefore, engaging the services of an experienced identity theft attorney to attempt to nullify related threats and clear your name is a must. Identity theft happens when someone uses your full name, SSN (social security number), home address, bank and credit card details, or any other personal information, without your consent, for fraudulent activities. Whether or not you’ve been a victim, one way to prevent further damage is to keep a closer eye on your credit report.

Some Identity Theft actions to watch out for on your credit report are:

  • Balance errors
  • Account errors

That being said, the types of errors listed above aren’t always indicative of an identity theft issue. The attorneys at Raburn Kaufman can help you determine whether your credit reporting errors are due to identity theft or file mixing. If you think you have had your identity stolen, fill out the “Free Consultation” form and someone from our team will be in touch with you soon.

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The three major credit reporting agencies produce credit reports and scores based on the information in a consumer’s credit file. Sometimes, information not belonging to you may appear on your credit report. This inaccurate information could include credit applications or denials not belonging to you, or the information could be more personal in nature, such as an inaccurate social security number or date of birth. Additionally, you might see collection accounts or credit cards on your credit report that do not belong to you. 

Inaccurate information appearing on your credit report could imply an identity theft issue or that your credit file has been mixed with that of another person by the credit bureau. File mixing occurs when information that should appear on one consumer’s credit file is erroneously placed on the credit file of another consumer. Unfortunately, file mixing issues can be very difficult to correct and they’re more common than you might think. One credit reporter estimates that up to six million Americans have mixed credit files. 

It is your responsibility to verify the accuracy of your credit report. You can do this by checking your credit report regularly. If you notice inaccurate information on your credit report, you should consider hiring an attorney. Consumers that have suffered damages because of identity theft or mixed credit files may have the right to make a claim for damages in Federal Court pursuant to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

If you believe you are the victim of identity theft or file mixing, our law firm can help. With a combined 25 years of experience, our attorneys at Raburn Kaufman have successfully represented countless victims of credit reporting errors.

We Litigate Inaccurate Information on Your Credit Report

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Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, everyone in the United States is now entitled to one free credit report from each of the 3 credit reporting agencies per week. is a free website set up by the three major credit reporting agencies per the request of the federal government. Remember to always access your credit reports from a desktop or laptop computer so that you are able to save your reports as PDF documents for review with an attorney.

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Credit Reporting Errors Can Be Life-Changing

An inaccuracy on your credit report could mean:

  • A Denied Mortgage Loan
  • A Denied Car Loan
  • Employment or Housing Denials
  • Higher Loan Interest Rates
  • Inability to Get a Credit Card
  • Low Credit Score