While Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion may be the largest and most well-known credit reporting agencies in the United States, there are actually several other credit reporting agencies that may be collecting and reporting information about your personal finances to third parties. These credit reporting agencies, much like the “Big Three,” may collect and maintain consumer data such as your name, addresses, social security number, and date of birth, as well as financial information related to past bankruptcies, liens, judgments, and even child support obligations. Have you been denied credit as a result of identity theft or inaccuracies appearing on your credit report? We can help. Give us a call today for a free consultation.

  • Innovis

    Personal data including your name, address, phone number, Social Security number, and date of birth are all included in your Innovis Credit Report. It also contains a list of businesses that have looked over your Innovis Credit Report and account history data. Check out their website here.

  • CoreLogic Credco

    Rent applications, collection accounts, consumer bankruptcies, liens, judgments, and child support obligations are just a few of the personal data that CoreLogic Credco gathers and reports. Other information includes property ownership and home loan obligation records, legal filings related to the property, and tax payment status.

  • SageStream, LLC

    In addition to providing additional consumer reports to retailers, utilities, credit card issuers, mobile phone service providers, and auto lenders, SageStream, LLC also gathers data from these and other service providers. LexisNexis Risk Solutions owns SageStream.

  • LexisNexis Risk Solutions

    LexisNexis gathers data from a variety of proprietary and public record sources. This comprises information on real estate transactions and ownership, records of liens, judgments, and bankruptcies, details on professional licenses, and past addresses that are on file.