I don’t have any open credit accounts, so how do I inform Experian of my new home address?
In most cases, reporting a change of address isn’t necessary. If you move, you will update your address with your creditors, and they will automatically provide the updated information to Experian when they update your accounts.
Because you have no open accounts, you can update your address with Experian directly by mailing proof of the new address, along with a copy of your driver’s license or state ID.
You may send copies of two utility bills, such as an electric bill and a phone bill showing your name and address, or a copy of a utility bill and a copy of a bank statement, along with a short note stating you have moved and would like your new address added to your credit report. Along with the documentation provide full identifying information including your name, Social Security number and previous address.
Your personal credit report will include a mailing address to send the information. If your identifying address doesn’t match sufficiently to provide the report, including the address, you will receive complete instructions regarding what information and documentation you need to provide and where you need to mail it.
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