Minnesota Inaccurate Reporting of Credit Information Attorney

The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) protects the confidentiality, accuracy, and relevancy of consumer credit information shared by Credit Reporting Agencies (CRA).

CRA’s (Consumer Reporting Agencies) or credit bureaus, collect credit information on consumers and sell that information to businesses such as credit card companies, employers, landlords, banks, etc. The FCRA established the Fair Information Practice Principles (FIPPs). These principles attempt to balance the rights of privacy for consumers with business rights to evaluate personal credit information.

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