How We Help


  • Early Warning is a nationwide specialty consumer reporting agency that complies with applicable provisions of the FCRA.
  • You may contact Early Warning for a free copy of your consumer report. Early Warning does not charge consumers a fee for consumer reports. See the Avoid Credit Repair Scams section on this page for additional information.
  • If you believe there is incomplete or inaccurate information in your report, you may dispute such information by contacting Early Warning. Early Warning does not charge a fee for investigating disputed information.

Consumer Services

If you wish to obtain Consumer Report Information, please
contact Consumer Services at:


(800) 325-7775

Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Arizona Time

Consumer Services is located in our corporate headquarters and can process inquiries in 160 languages.

Identity Theft & Online Fraud
Prevention Resources


Every day, criminals are finding new ways to target consumers for identity theft, check fraud, online fraud through email and Internet scams, and more.

Here are some of the resources available that provide consumer information and education to help protect you from becoming a victim of fraud:

Avoid Credit Repair Scams

This is Early Warning Services, LLC’s official consumer-facing website. Any other sites containing the name “Early Warning” are not owned or operated by Early Warning Services, LLC.

Early Warning supports consumers’ rights to dispute and correct inaccurate or incomplete information that has been furnished to Early Warning in accordance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). You may contact Early Warning to obtain a free copy of your consumer report. You may dispute information you believe to be inaccurate or incomplete free of charge. Early Warning will never charge you a fee to obtain a copy of your consumer report or to conduct an investigation of disputed information. Early Warning will never charge you a fee for removing inaccurate information.

You should exercise extreme caution if you are considering using a credit repair company. There are many steps you can take to repair your credit on your own, at no cost. The Credit Repair Organization Act (CROA) and many state laws prohibit credit repair companies from misrepresenting what they can do for consumers and from charging consumers before they have performed agreed-upon services. Visit the FTC’s Credit Repair Scam website to learn more.