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Update the status of your TransUnion credit freeze, start a dispute or view results of an online dispute.
If you recently updated a TransUnion credit freeze or fraud alert online, or if you requested a dispute on our alternate dispute site, you should have an existing username and password that will work on this site.
If you want to view results for a dispute that you requested by phone, by mail or on our alternate dispute site, you can login here to view the results.
Control who can access your credit information.
A credit freeze prevents lenders from checking your credit in order to open a new account. A freeze may also prevent your information from being released for other inquiries. Under federal law, there are certain situations where a freeze won’t stop someone from checking your credit, such as for underwriting insurance or credit monitoring services you subscribed to. If you have a freeze on your credit report, you will need to lift or remove it before you apply for credit.
Investigate and fix possible inaccuracies on your credit report.
If you see an item on your TransUnion credit report that you think is inaccurate, you can start a dispute and we’ll investigate it. You can use this site for most dispute requests, such as disputes related to accounts and public records, disputes to delete inaccurate personal information, and requests to add a Consumer Statement to your TransUnion credit report.
If you need to include documents that prove the status of your account or public record, please use our alternate dispute site.