FCRA Guidelines for Applicants
To Dispute Your Licensure Report
If you do not recognize information in your report, or believe an item might be inaccurate, you may request an investigation of the disputed item. Only inaccurate information may be removed; negative information that is accurate will stay on your report as long as governing laws allow.
To request a reinvestigation, simply complete the form below and return via mail, email, or fax. If you have any questions regarding the dispute form or process, contact RSAI Licensure Program at email@example.com
To Request a Copy of Your Licensure Report
To request a copy of your report, simply complete the form below and return via mail, email, or fax. If you have any questions regarding the copy form or process, contact RSAI Licensure Program at rsaia.org.
If the reinvestigation has not resolved your dispute
You are entitled to file a brief statement setting forth the nature of the dispute. In order to file the statement, you must complete the Consumer Statement Request form located below. We ask that you limit your statement to not more than one hundred words and indicate a clear summary of your dispute. Unless there are reasonable grounds to believe that your dispute statement is frivolous or irrelevant, we shall in any subsequent report containing the information in question, include the provided statement.
For more information
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is a “is a 21st century agency that helps consumer financial markets work by making rules more effective, by consistently and fairly enforcing those rules, and by empowering consumers to take more control over their economic lives.
To get free information on consumer topics, including mortgages, credit cards, student loans, bank account or service, vehicle or consumer loans, student loans, credit reporting, money transfers, and other financial services call toll-free, 1-855-411-2372 or visit www.cfpb.gov/learnmore. To file a complaint, contact the CFPB at 855-411-2372 or use the online complaint form.
If you feel you are a victim of identity theft, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has information available to assist you. The following URL is the CFPB's website: www.consumerfinance.gov/learnmore. In addition, the CFPB has published a document that provides an overview of the identity theft issue; it is titled Remedying the Effects of Identity Theft.”
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