If calling the regular Equifax “customer service” (cough, cough) line at 866-640-2273 doesn’t work for you, firstname.lastname@example.org is an email address you can use to try to resolve problems with your Equifax credit report. Equifax really doesn’t give a damn about you because you’re not its customer, banks and lenders are, but a reader says that he was able to use this email address to get an Extended Fraud Alert that he didn’t put on taken off his account. You can also try 404-885-8000, which is a direct line into their Atlanta corporate headquarters.
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By consumerist.com January 11, 2008
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