Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich



What if a consumer wants new credit after they've requested a freeze?

The law allows consumers to permanently or temporarily remove a security freeze from their credit files and also allows them to have their credit report released to a specific company. For example, a consumer may want to have their credit history available when refinancing their home or shopping for a car. Credit bureaus can charge Arizona consumers $5 each time they temporarily remove a security freeze.