Experian is an international consumer credit reporting company. It collects data on millions of people and businesses. If you have lost your Experian account, there are several ways that you can count on to recover it. The most appropriate one for you depends on why you cannot access your account. Below is a discussion of the steps that you can follow to recover your account.
If you have your email, but you cannot remember your password, you can simply reset it. Go to the Forgot Password page and enter your email in the area provided. Ensure that it is the same email address that you used when opening your Experian account. You will then receive an email with a link that you can follow to reset your password. However, the link is temporary, and you can only use it within three hours.
In addition to recovering your password, it is also possible to reset other account details such as the security PIN. Just go to the Account Reset Request page and choose what you want to reset. You can choose to reset your password or Security PIN or both. If you choose to reset your password, you will have to enter your Email, Security PIN, and a new password and click "Reset Password." If you choose to reset the security PIN, you will have to enter your email, password, and a new four digits PIN, and then click "Reset PIN." If you want to recover both security PIN and Password, you have to provide your Email and Zip Code to initiate the process of recovering them.
If the above methods fail to work for you, you can consider contacting Experian Customer Service. Unfortunately, trying to contact them directly can be time-consuming and disappointing. The most convenient approach is to contact them by GetHuman. For instance, you can call them by GetHuman and expect a waiting time of about 20 minutes. Alternatively, you can email Experian by GetHuman and expect to hear from them within 36 hours.
Overall, it is apparent that there are a few options that you can rely on to recover your Experian account. If you can't do it by following the steps provided on their website, you can try to contact Experian by GetHuman.