Tag Archives: Credit Reporting

Senators Call on CFPB to Investigate, Reform Credit Reporting Process

A number of leading Senate Democrats are calling on Rohit Chopra and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to “take concrete steps to reform the credit reporting industry,” including improving the accuracy of credit reports and streamlining the dispute resolution process. The Senators, including. Sen. Sherrod Brown [D-Ohio], the chairman of …

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CFPB Analyzes Dispute Trends on Credit Reports

Consumers that live in neighborhoods where the majority of individuals are African-American or Hispanic, or who are delinquent on their payments, or who are younger, or who have lower credit scores are the individuals who are most likely to dispute items on their credit reports, according to an analysis conducted …

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Appeals Court Affirms Ruling in FCRA Judgment Case

Gavel and Law Books

The Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has upheld a lower court’s ruling in favor of a defendant that was sued for allegedly violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act for how it identified a default judgment that had been subsequently settled on the plaintiff’s credit report. A copy of …

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