FCRA / Furnishers of Info – What provisions relate to the address for submitting direct disputes?

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Q:  What provisions relate to the address for submitting direct disputes?  
 
A:   A furnisher is required to investigate a direct dispute only if a consumer submits a dispute notice to the furnisher at:
 
(1) The address of a furnisher provided by a furnisher and set forth on a consumer report relating to the consumer;
 
(2) An address clearly and conspicuously specified by the furnisher for submitting direct disputes that is provided to the consumer in writing or electronically (if the consumer has agreed to the electronic delivery of information from the furnisher); or
 
(3) Any business address of the furnisher if the furnisher has not so specified and provided an address for submitting direct disputes under paragraphs (c)(1) or (2) of this section.
 
 
This can be found in the CFPB's Regulation V, 1022.43, which you may find here:  https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?SID=a24c19492c9536b81bc9fa4567a901e8&mc=true&node=pt12.8.1022&rgn=div5#sp12.8.1022.e
 

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