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Fair Credit Reporting Act Litigation


Fighting to Protect Your Finances

Created in 1970, the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) was made with the goal of protecting consumers and their credit from unfair practices. By ensuring that credit is collected, assessed, used, and shared in ways that is fair to the privacy of consumers, the FCRA is designed to protect people from abusive creditors.

Our attorneys understand that your financial future can depend on what’s in your credit report. From obtaining a mortgage, car, loan, job, or even an apartment, it is essential that credit reports remain accurate, up to date, and used as they should be. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) provides protections for consumers against such harms and includes provisions to assist consumers in forcing compliance with the law. Terrell Marshall helps consumers enforce their rights under the FCRA and other consumer protection laws and obtain monetary damages and other relief. Common violations of the FCRA include a credit provider failing to promptly investigate disputed information, or a credit furnisher reporting old or inaccurate information.

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