e-OSCAR (Electronic Office of Consumer Affairs and Reporting) is a system developed by the credit bureaus in the United States (Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion) to facilitate the reporting of credit data by data furnishers (such as lenders and creditors) to the credit bureaus. It allows data furnishers to electronically submit credit information directly to the credit bureaus, reducing the time and effort involved in manual reporting processes.
e-OSCAR is also a system for resolving disputes between consumers and data furnishers over the accuracy of credit information. Consumers can use e-OSCAR to dispute errors or inaccuracies in their credit reports, and data furnishers can use the system to respond to disputes and update the credit information as needed.
Overall, e-OSCAR streamlines the process of reporting and maintaining credit information, making it easier and more efficient for both data furnishers and consumers.