Equifax Security Freeze Second Request
Learn how to write a security freeze second request to Equifax, an easy step-by-step guide.
Many people want to freeze Equifax from using their credit information and in order to do that, they send in a proper document, stating their demand.
If in case, your first letter did not get approved or ignored by Equifax, you can always send in a second freeze letter to the consumer’s reporting agency in order to freeze your report. It goes without a doubt that writing such a letter, can be very taxing and challenging on its own. This is why iDispute has come up with a guide to help you send in the second freeze letter in a formal and professional way and then send it to the consumer reporting agency.
Start by filling out the form by inserting the particulars in the top left corner. Enter all the details in the following manner:
● Full Name (eg. JOHN DOE)
● Address Line 1 (eg. 123 EXAMPLE STR, UNIT 1)
● Address Line 2 (eg. NEW YORK, NY 12345).
Next, fill in the document date.
Then, scroll down and find a section that requires your personal information. Fill in this section in the following order:
● Full Name that appears on your ID card or your driver’s license (eg. JOHN DOE)
● Social Security Number (eg. 123–45–6789)
● Date of Birth (eg. 10/30/1975)
● Current Address (eg. 123 EXAMPLE STR, UNIT 1, NEW YORK, NY 12345)
● Phone Number (eg. 133–456–7890)
● Email Address (eg. email@example.com)
In the next section, you’d have to provide your document of identification. Upload pictures in the following manner:
- Make sure to upload the picture of your ID or driver’s license picture on the left;
- Upload your social security card’s picture on the right side of this section.
Under the complimentary close, you are supposed to write your First and Last name (eg. John Doe).
After you are done filling the entire document, make sure to check all the personal information you have entered in order to avoid any mistakes. Then click the Buy button and proceed with the payment. You can then download and print the form.
You can either choose to mail your document through the USPS certified mail, which will ensure that the consumer reporting agency receives your mail or you can also choose to mail your letter after entering all the data to Letter Carrier. This can be done from the comfort of your home.
Make sure to always have a copy of the official document, certified receipts as well as financial documents for record-keeping.
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