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In 2019, the CFPB received 1354 complaints against USAA. USAA ranked Number 23 among all financial companies for the most complaints.
Date of Complaint: August 31, 2019
Company Official Name: UNITED SERVICES AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION
Product: Credit reporting, credit repair services, or other personal consumer reports
Sub-Product: Credit reporting
Issue: Incorrect information on your report
Sub-Issue: Information belongs to someone else
Please help. In XX/XX/XXXX my data was breached and I have spent the last two years with countless hours and sleepless nights trying to repair my credit. I have been denied a refinance, a refinance cash out and equity. I have XXXX in equity of my home and we are in danger of loosing it because a bank or lending company will not help due to my credit being so bad from fraud. I continue to have fraudulent transactions and I am now requesting that the following companies remove all negative information and restore and reverse any damages to me since XX/XX/XXXX.
XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX, XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX Usaa all accounts restored and any negative or incorrect information removed XXXX XXXX XXXX has been a darogtory account damaging my credit and have stated to pay them just to help my credit. Two years tying to resolve this account.
Inquires XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX/XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX I am requesting the XXXX payments from XX/XX/XXXX missed be removed immediately because they were missed due to identity theft. Please help! I am so scared that we will never get the help we need and it is so unfair that I can not get my credit restored after 2 plus years. XXXX should pay major restitution for ruining lives. Please, please help!
Complaint Tags: Servicemember
Response Type: Closed with explanation
Company believes it acted appropriately as authorized by contract or law
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