Why is there inaccurate information on SSN Trace?

Why is there inaccurate information on my SSN Trace?

At the end of the day, the information is being input by human beings. As such, it is not uncommon for there to be typographical errors, misspelled names and addresses, mistyped ZIP codes and even mistyped SSNs, which leads to inaccurate and additional names being associated with a given SSN. The data is presented on the report is commonly not 100% accurate due to the human error element.

If you notice inaccurate information tied to your SSN, you can contact the credit bureaus to report the discrepancies:


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