Experian Public Record Class Action Settlement
Experian has agreed to provide free credit monitoring and request financial compensation in regards to class action lawsuits Clark, et al. v. Experian Info. Sols. Inc., and Brown, et al. v. Experian Info. Sols. Inc.
Experian denies any actions of wrongdoing but has agreed to settle in order to avoid further court cost.
Class members who qualify must file a claim by 8/22/2020.
Who should file a claim?
According to court documents you will want to file a claim if you meet the following criteria…
“(a) you requested and received a copy of your credit report from Experian between January 15, 2011, and September 21, 2018, and the credit report contained a tax lien, civil judgment, or bankruptcy, but the identity of the vendor who provided the information to Experian was not disclosed;
(b) between January 15, 2014, and September 21, 2018, Experian communicated your credit report to a third party (such as a lender) and the credit report contained a tax lien or civil judgment that was not accurately described or did not belong to you. The settlement includes state tax liens, federal tax liens, and civil judgments, and includes claims that Experian misreported those liens or judgments as unpaid when they had in fact been paid, dismissed, or vacated.” – www.experianpublicrecordsettlement.com/faq
Request Financial Compensation?
If you would like to file a claim for financial compensation you must file an Experian Mediation Program Claim Submission Form.
You can find this form at www.tfaforms.com/4728937.
You will be asked to provide details about the inaccuracy and out of pocket expenses you have incurred attempting to fix this problem.
Free Credit Monitoring?
If you would like to apply for free credit monitoring please submit a credit monitoring request online.
ExperianPublicRecordSettlement.com Contact Information
- Experian Public Record Settlement Settlement Administrator 1650 Arch Street, Suite 2210 Philadelphia, PA 19103
Experian Mediation Program Claim Submission Form Contact Information
The Mediation Program and free credit monitoring are available until August 22, 2020.
The case is under review in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Class members have a small army of lawyers representing them and they include…
- Leonard Bennett and Matthew Erausquin of Consumer Litigation Associates, P.C. in Newport News, Virginia
- Jim Francis and John Soumilas of Francis & Mailman, P.C. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Kristi Kelly, Andrew Guzzo, and Casey Nash of Kelly & Crandall, PLC in Fairfax, Virginia
- E. Michelle Drake of Berger Montague PC in Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Micah Adkins of The Adkins Firm, P.C. in Nashville, Tennessee