Experian monitors and analyzes data to help businesses protect against risk and fraud, and helps consumers track their personal credit reports and safeguard themselves against identity theft.

As one of the three primary U.S. credit bureaus, Experian tracks credit histories of an estimated 215 million American consumers. While Experian has a very strong North American presence, the corporate headquarters are in Dublin and the company has clients in more than 65 countries and an estimated 15,000 global employees.

Personal credit monitoring

All consumers can gain access to one annual free credit report from the company.

Credit disputes

Consumers who discover credit report errors can contact Experian to dispute the information, arrange a credit fraud alert or discuss other options to remedy their report.

Consumer trend reporting

In addition to helping private consumers stay in the know about their credit activity, Experian's data collection delivers reports on consumer credit trends, such as tracking credit card use in U.S. cities and monitoring how much Americans are charging.

Experian's U.S. headquarters is located here:

475 Anton Blvd.
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

To reach the Experian offices, consumers can call (888) 397-3742 with questions about their credit reports.

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