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Early Warning Services

Information about the specialty consumer reporting agency Early Warning Services with instruction on how to obtain a copy of an Early Warning Services report or to dispute an error on an Early Warning Services report.



Early Warning Services is a specialty consumer reporting agency based in Scottsdale, Arizona. It produces consumer reports that affect account opening decisions at banks and other financial institutions for credit cards, bank accounts and other financial products. The reports ("Identity Chek") and scores (the "Deposit Score") produced are intended to authenticate the identity of the person seeking to open an account, identify possible fraud and predict the likelihood that the person may default on the desired account. Early Warning uses data it collects from financial institutions to generate these reports and scores. Early Warning is operated by seven of the nations largest banks: Bank of America, BB&T, JP Morgan Chase, Capital One, PNC, US Bank and Wells Fargo.

Obtaining A Copy Of Your Report
Early Warning requires you to complete an "identification form" that you must mail to the company or upload via a secure communication portal.
Go to Early Warning Request Page

Disputing Errors On Your Report
Early Warning accepts disputes by mail, fax or by uploading your dispute to a secure information portal.
Go to Early Warning Dispute Page

Do You Need Help?

If you have an error on your Early Warning report or are having difficulties obtaining a copy of your report, Gorski Law may be able to help. Gorski Law can remove errors from your report and obtain compensation for any harm you have experienced as a result of any errors. Initial consultations are always free. Call 215-330-2100 or email the firm to schedule a consultation now.