CIBIL has ensured several ways in which you can raise complaints, issues, queries, and provide feedback. As a user, you can raise any issue you face to the senior management via either the CIBIL Grievance Desk or the Escalation Desk. The different modes through which you can contact the CIBIL customer care include the CIBIL complaint mail ID, CIBIL customer care number, fax, online support, and so on.
CIBIL offers the provision to contact the executives of CIBIL customer care. This line is operational only on weekdays (Monday till Friday) from 10:00 AM till 06:00 PM. To file any complaints that you have and have your issues sorted, you can contact this helpline number. Apart from the CIBIL customer care number, you can avail the facility to fax your queries to them. The CIBIL helpline number which you can contact is as follows:
You can write and send in your complaints, issues, and queries to the CIBIL corporate office. Additionally, if you have any feedback or suggestions, CIBIL provides the facility to send them as well. You can even choose to visit the corporate office for an in-person meeting. The timings of the office are the same as the helpline number, operational only on weekdays (Monday till Friday) from 10:00 AM till 06:00 PM. The CIBIL corporate office address is as follows:
TransUnion CIBIL Limited
One Indiabulls Centre, Tower 2A, 19th Floor,
Senapati Bapat Marg, Elphinstone Road,
Mumbai – 400013
The CIBIL customer care email is open to anyone facing any kind of difficulty. You can email your feedback, issues, queries, and complaints to the CIBIL complaint mail ID. The email can be sent at any hour of the day and thus many customers find it resourceful to contact the CIBIL customer care services via mail. The CIBIL complaint mail ID is email@example.com.
Other than the CIBIL customer care number, email ID, and fax to raise any issues, you can also choose to do any one of the following:
If you're not satisfied with the response that you have received from the department of CIBIL customer care, then you can raise your issue via the CIBIL Grievance Desk or Escalation Desk. Although there are 3 steps to it, you can only go further if you aren't satisfied with the preceding steps. The three steps to grievance redressal are:
The first and foremost step is the filing of the form ‘Escalate to Level 1' online. However, you are required to quote a valid SR or service request number to escalate the issue you have. You will receive a response from CIBIL within the next 15 working days. If you don't have a service request number or require clarification on other kinds of query then you can simply fill the query form on the official website of CIBIL.
Only if you're not satisfied with the response that you received at the first escalation level your grievances can be escalated further. From the official website of CIBIL, you can fill the form of ‘Escalate to Level 2' online. Other than the SR number, you also need the Online Grievance ID Level 1 to fill this form. You will receive a response from CIBIL within the next 10 working days.
In case your query is still not resolved, then from the official website of CIBIL you can fill the form of ‘Escalate to Level 3' online. Other than the SR number, you also need the Online Grievance ID Level 2 to fill this form. You will receive a response from CIBIL within the next 8 working days.
You can raise a dispute regarding any inaccuracies in your Credit Report. Although the entire process is straightforward and free, to initiate your dispute, it is necessary to register with CIBIL and access myCIBIL. To initiate your dispute online, you need to:
Other than the above-mentioned modes, CIBIL also provides the facility of the CIBIL Self Service Portal, CIBIL Bot, and CIBIL Help Center. The reason CIBIL offers these various modes of contacting customer care is to ensure the best possible services. You can utilize the traditional modes such as visiting the corporate office, fax, calling the helpline number, or you can approach the modern modes like visiting the official CIBIL website and other online support.
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