Starting on July 1 all three credit bureaus – TransUnion, Experian and Equifax – will dramatically reduce the amount of the civil judgments and tax liens that they report. After this date, the bureaus will only report this public records data if they can be absolutely identified with three pieces of personal data (name, address, social security or date of birth). By the bureau’s own estimate, more than 96% of civil judgments and as much as 50% of tax liens will no longer be reported. Learn more about this change.
Of course, you know the importance of gathering these public records to get a complete financial picture of your client and until now that was something you could count on from the bureaus – but as of July 1, no longer. You now need a way to get this information – especially if your clients provided you free credit reports in the past. These reports are direct from the bureaus and may be missing critical information moving forward.
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