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Credit reporting agency sued by State Mississippi has sued credit reporting giant Experian, alleging sweeping errors in the company’s data and routine violations of consumer protection laws. Mississippi’s action — and a previously unreported multi-state investigation of credit bureaus led … Continue reading
Not fixing a bad credit report pays $18.6 million dollar jury award. This is the recent case of Julie Miller whose credit file was merged and mixed with someone else with the same name. After numerous attempts and lots of … Continue reading
60 Minutes nails the credit bureaus. Now you know why credit repair and rebuilding your credit can be so frustrating!
Americans are virtually powerless to correct damaging mistakes in their credit reports because of loopholes and obstacles in the federal law governing credit-reporting agencies, an Ohio newspaper reported. The lack of government regulation allows errors that wrongly deny thousands of … Continue reading
It is becoming increasingly apparent that you private life and your personal information are a commodity that the credit bureaus think they own and have the right to sell to just about anyone for the asking. This is a very … Continue reading
The fraud alert was put in place to protect you from someone trying to get credit in your name, in other words steal your identity. Unfortunately this is becoming a serious problem in the US. Care should be taken to … Continue reading
Consumer’s File Multiple Lawsuits Against Credit Bureaus Consumers allege that the bureaus — Equifax, TransUnion and Experian — are engaging in a practice that artificially lowers their credit scores, and that they are ignoring requests to remove inaccurate information from … Continue reading