Corrections To My Credit Report
Frequently Asked Questions
Your credit report tells you important things you need to know when accessing the financial services you need, so keeping it accurate and up to date is an important responsibility.
To compile the information on your Experian credit report we rely on a range of sources including credit providers and public records. We partner with them to keep your details accurate. We take every precaution (including security and privacy measures) to make sure the information we share is correct, but sometimes errors can occur, for example, when information we’re given is not as accurate as it should be.
If you feel the information contained within your Experian credit report is incorrect, you can seek to have the information corrected. View the detail on your topic of interest below.
If you believe there is incorrect or incomplete information on your Experian credit report, it is important that you raise your concern. The information used to generate a credit report is provided to Experian by credit providers, such as banks and other financial institutions. The fastest way to have information corrected on your Experian Credit Report is to speak directly with the credit provider that provided the information. Alternatively, you can raise a correction request with Experian through our Experian Credit Report Corrections Portal.
Here are some useful resources for checking and correcting your Experian credit report: