Are Consumers Ordering Credit Reports Online From Experian Being Billed For Monthly Credit Report Service Without Their Consent?

Possible Unauthorized Charges By Experian Cento Law is currently investigating claims that Experian, a national consumer reporting agency, directly or indirectly through its various other websites, such as,,,,, may be charging consumers for credit reports or credit reporting services without their authorization and consent. One consumer has reported that they never visited the Experian site (or any of its other websites) and never requested any type of credit report but still received charges on their credit card for $17.95 per month. Another consumer reports that they requested a $1.00 credit report but later learned they were being billed for a monthly membership they had not knowingly registered for or authorized; a monthly service which they later discovered could not be cancelled.

Do you have a potential claim?

We are attempting to determine whether consumers who have incurred these charges have legal claims for compensation. If you have experienced any of these issues related to Experian (including by its related websites,,,, or any other consumer reporting agency and would like to discuss your potential case please contact us for a free initial consultation.