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Credit Freeze Letter: Templates & More

Sent to credit bureaus pausing the ability to make credit inquiries against your credit report

Also known as: Freeze Request

What is a Credit Freeze Letter

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A credit freeze request letter is a formal way to ask the three major credit bureaus - Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion - to place a freeze on your credit report. This prevents anyone from making a credit inquiry against your credit report without your express written permission. A credit freeze can help protect you from identity theft and other forms of fraud.

The first step in requesting a credit freeze is to gather the necessary information. You will need to provide your name, Social Security number, date of birth, and current mailing address. You may also be asked for proof of identification such as a driver's license or passport.

Kick off the process by putting together the letter you will send to the bureaus.

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Standard Credit Freeze Letter Template

Crafted by the team at consumerlaywers.com, this is a standard letter to eliminate the ability of credit companies to inquire into your credit report.

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Standard Credit Freeze Letter Template

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Standard Credit Freeze Letter Template

Crafted by the team at consumerlaywers.com, this is a standard letter to eliminate the ability of credit companies to inquire into your credit report.

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