Consumer Portal FAQ

Consumer Portal FAQ


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Yes. In order to verify your identity, your legal name is required.

If our online system is unable to complete your request, we require your phone number so that our consumer relations team may contact you.

All consumer information is securely stored using bank-level encryption. Highly sensitive information, such as your Social Security Number, is used one time to verify your identity and is not stored in our system for anyone to access.


Click here to enter your email.  An email will be sent to you with additional instructions on how to reset your password.

If you’ve requested a password reset, and have not received an email to assist you, there are two possible reasons. Check your ‘Spam’ or ‘junk’ folders to see if the email ended up there. It’s also possible you still need to register an account or may have previously registered using a different email address.

If you forgot your security question, please contact our technical support team at (800) 288-4757 opt. 4.

For security reasons, the website will automatically log you out of your account after a few minutes of inactivity. You can log in again right away to continue using the website.


Archived reports are no longer accessible through the consumer dashboard. To retrieve an archived report, contact our technical support team at (800) 288-4757 Opt. 4. Some data (such as credit report information) will expire after 30 days, but some public records may still be available.

If you already have a copy of your report and believe there is incomplete or inaccurate information, you may request to have that information reviewed.

The fastest way to file for a dispute is to create an account by clicking here, and submit a request to dispute information.

You can also contact our customer care team at 888-316-4242.

To change your account information, log into your consumer dashboard account and click “my profile” on the dashboard sidebar. Any changes made to your profile do not change any information on your report. If you feel that any information on your report is incorrect or incomplete, please submit a request to dispute information after creating an account.

Annual Housing Court Records Report

Your SSN is used to verify your identity. In an effort to protect your privacy and help mitigate the risk of your report ending up in the wrong hands, as well as to help ensure the accuracy of the information in the report, we ask for Personal Identifying Information (PII) to cross reference to information that may be reported.

There is a checkbox below where you enter your SSN to skip it and submit a manual request for your annual disclosure. After submitting the form a member of our team will respond within 48 business hours to assist.

No. Because an Income Tax Identification Number (ITIN) is not typically used by the national credit bureaus, or by the courts as identification for public records, it is not accepted for verifying your identity.

You’re entitled to a free annual housing court records report once every 12 months. If you have requested your free housing court records report from Contemporary Information Corp. within 365 days, your request will not be processed.

Your state might require additional guidance before accessing your housing court records report.

To print a copy of your annual housing court records report, go to the report and click “print” in the top right corner of the report.

For security reasons, you cannot email your report directly through the consumer portal. However, if you would like a digital copy of your report, you can click the “print” button in the top right corner and save it as a PDF. Once saved, it is up to your discression who you share it with. 

While you can certainly suggest using your housing court records report to your future landlord or the realtor, most rental properties require a fresh tenant screening report when reviewing applications.

Copy of the Credit Report

To request a copy of your Contemporary Information Corp. report (within 60 days of adverse action), click here.

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