Fair Credit Reporting Act

The U.S. Fair Credit Reporting Act is a Federal Law that seeks to achieve fair, timely and accurate reporting of credit information by regulating the activities of credit bureaus, limiting access to credit bureau information, and requiring that creditors disclose certain information regarding their use of credit bureau or third party information. Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you have the right to see the credit history maintained by a credit bureau about you .

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