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How to Prevent Unsolicited Communications Before the Home Buying Process
What is a Mortgage Trigger Lead?
Mortgage Trigger Leads are a marketing tool used by some lenders to identify potential new customers.
How are Mortgage Trigger Leads identified?
- When you apply for a loan with a lender, such as The Commercial & Savings Bank (CSB), you give permission for the lender to pull your credit report from one or all the three major credit bureaus: TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian.
- In the process of pulling the credit report, the lender must provide a permissible purpose for requesting the report, such as a mortgage loan application.
- The credit bureaus use this information to prepare a list of applicants who have applied for a certain type of credit and sell the list to other lenders as trigger leads.
- Lenders must provide notices to the customer that include ways to Opt-Out of pre-screened solicitations, a statement a consumer report has been used, and verification the consumer meets credit criteria.
- Not providing this information subjects the lender to regulatory violations and such violations should be reported to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau at https://www.consumerfinance.gov/complaint/
It is important to know that CSB does not sell your information. The credit bureaus are selling the information, which is allowed under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
How can I prevent unsolicited communications?
While there is no guaranteed way to prevent all unwanted solicitations, there are steps you can take.
- Register on the national Do Not Call Registry: https://donotcall.gov or 1-888-382-1222
- Opt out of receiving pre-screened solicitations: https://optoutprescreen.com or 1-888-567-8688
These steps should be taken prior to completing an application. It may take up to two weeks for your request to be processed and enforced.