Under Washington law, we must convey your dispute to the source of the information within five business days after receiving your request for investigation. If we determine that the request is frivolous or irrelevant as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act, we will notify you within five business days of the reasons for our decision. The results of our investigation will be sent to you within five business days after the investigation is complete. If you request, we will provide you with the company name, address and telephone number of any person contacted during the investigation. If you believe that a law regulating consumer credit reporting has been violated, you may file a complaint with the Washington State Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Protection Division, 800 5th Ave. Suite 2000, Seattle, WA. 98104-3188, 1 800 551 4636, http://www.atg.wa.gov/FileAComplaint.aspx.
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