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The '''Fair Credit Reporting Act''' provides consumers with specific rights in dealing with credit reporting agencies and it also protects consumers by requiring credit bureaus to furnish accurate and complete information to businesses when they evaluate consumers' applications for credit, insurance, or a job.
 
The '''Fair Credit Reporting Act''' provides consumers with specific rights in dealing with credit reporting agencies and it also protects consumers by requiring credit bureaus to furnish accurate and complete information to businesses when they evaluate consumers' applications for credit, insurance, or a job.
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'''Federal Trade Commission'''  
 
'''Federal Trade Commission'''  

Revision as of 22:48, 7 October 2019

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The Fair Credit Reporting Act provides consumers with specific rights in dealing with credit reporting agencies and it also protects consumers by requiring credit bureaus to furnish accurate and complete information to businesses when they evaluate consumers' applications for credit, insurance, or a job.


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