Does Experian sell your info?

Answered by James Kissner

Experian, as a reputable company, is committed to protecting the privacy and personal information of its customers. Experian does not sell your information to any third party. This means that your personal data, including cookies, is not disclosed or shared with other companies for marketing or any other purposes without your explicit consent.

At Experian, we understand the importance of consumer choice and believe that individuals should have control over their personal information. We take privacy seriously and have implemented strict security measures to safeguard your data. Our privacy policy clearly outlines how we collect, use, and protect your information, ensuring transparency and giving you peace of mind.

In today’s digital age, where data breaches and misuse of personal information have become increasingly common, it is crucial for consumers to be cautious and informed about how their data is being handled. Experian recognizes this concern and strives to be transparent in its data practices.

It is important to note that Experian is a credit reporting agency and collects information to provide credit reports and scores to lenders, financial institutions, and other authorized entities. This information is used to assess creditworthiness and make informed decisions about lending and financial services.

While Experian does collect and analyze data, it is done solely for the purpose of providing credit-related services and complying with legal obligations. We do not engage in the sale or sharing of personal information for marketing purposes or any other unauthorized use.

Experian does not sell your information. We prioritize the protection of your privacy and adhere to strict data security measures. Our commitment is to provide accurate and reliable credit information while giving individuals control over their personal data. You can trust that your information is handled responsibly and securely when dealing with Experian.