FAIR CREDIT REPORTING
Common Credit Report Violations
A person shall not furnish any information relating to a consumer to any consumer reporting agency if the person knows or consciously avoids knowing that the information is inaccurate.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act provides protection against the misuse and misreporting of your credit information. When creditors, collectors, or credit reporting agencies violate the provisions of the FCRA, it can cause a lower credit score, denial of credit, higher interest rates on loans and credit extensions, and more. It’s important to recognize when the FCRA has been violated, so you can take action and prevent harm to your credit. This article describes some of the more common FCRA violations.
Common Credit Report Violations, or violations of the FCRA include inaccurately reporting negative credit reporting information on consumer credit reports in the following ways:
Re-aging – reporting the date of originally delinquency later in time than when the delinquency actually occurred;
Post Bankruptcy Collections – a furnisher must properly report the filing and discharge of a consumer bankruptcy and its effect on the account;
Multiple Reporting – A furnisher cannot report the same account numerous times, in correctly convening that the consumer has multiple accounts with the furnisher, all of which are delinquent.
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