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Adverse Action Letter

What is Adverse Action Letter?

Adverse Action Letter is a notification from the lender to the loan applicant(s) informing them of an adverse action on their loan application, such as decline of a loan application.
What It Means
Adverse Action Letter is issued by a lender when it declines a loan application, terminates an existing loan account, makes an unfavorable change in the terms of an account, or refuses to increase the credit limit when applied for by the borrower.
Other Names
Notice of Adverse Action

Related Terms

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