Best Way to Locate an Experian Deceased Indicator

For most people, the fact that you were reading an article about Experian deceased indicators means that you’re in a pretty strange. That means that you have recently been told that Experian says you’re dead. Specifically, it sounds like you have an issue with Experian reporting false information about you. So, once things you want to do is to review your Experian credit report to check it and to look for the existence of a deceased in Decatur. Please note, there may be more than one deceased indicator in your file.

Experian Deceased Indicator

What is an Experian deceased indicator?

An Experian deceased indicator is simply a statement on your credit report about who is responsible for the debt. In cases where the report is showing the individual as deceased, in the space where the report indicates who is responsible for paying each account, the report will say deceased.

Before it said deceased, it most likely said “individual” or “joint” account depending on which was correct. An individual account is an account where you were the sole authorized user. A joint account is an account where there is more than one person on the trade line who has the authority to use it.

The fact that they have marked this section as deceased shows you that this credit or believe that you’re deceased. Once you have found the first Experian deceased indicator, you should continue to look for the second. Continue to review each account on your credit report. This includes any collection accounts, as well.

Why should you care if you have an Experian deceased indicator on your credit report? Well, if you have a deceased indicator on your credit report, that means that you were being he’ll back that what is about to happen. Most likely if this is your case, you will start to be denied credit.

law office picture with computer and desk and coffee cup 1 Joseph P. McClelland, LLC

Further, your open accounts will suddenly close. Any benefits you have will stop. You may start getting condolences from businesses that you’ve worked with saying that they are sorry to hear it’s your dead. You may not be able to get medications. The list goes on. This is your circumstance you will soon know how big of an impact this is going to have on your life.

How do I get a deceased indicator off of my Experian credit report?

The easiest way to remove an Experian deceased indicator from your file is to let a professional do it. Because this law requires the other side pay your attorney’s fees, letting a professional take of this makes the most sense. If you want to do it yourself, you would want to properly dispute the information to each credit bureau by certified mail, return receipt.

That means that you never have to pay your attorney win, lose, or draw. For this reason, it makes no sense for you to try to go it alone against some of the largest corporations in the history of the word. When these companies start to make computer errors and factual errors like this, getting them to correct it alone is a bad move. Plus, if it happened to Experian, it is likely you have an Equifax deceased indicator, as well. You don’t have to bring me on personally, she will need an attorney. I’ll be more than happy to discuss this with you.

We Fix Credit Errors

Are you tired of getting pushed around? Get us on your side to get the credit problems behind you.  Regardless if it's the credit agencies or Social Security saying you're dead, we can help you.

Please Select One
  • Deceased on Credit Report
  • Identity Theft Victim
  • Wrong Balance/Payment History
  • Mixed Credit File with Another Person
  • Other Credit Problem
Name
Email
Phone
Message
0 of 350

Free Case Evaluation

Fix All Credit Problems

These errors cost you higher interest rates, loan denials, apartment denials, and loss of employment.

Get Paid Damages

We make the credit agencies and/or the creditors pay you damages under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

No Fee Guarantee 

We don't charge you one penny unless we get a recovery on your case.

Untitled design (54)