Illegal Reporting of Your Eligibility for Credit
Fair Credit Reporting Act
Information about your credit worthiness is used by banks and other institutions to determine your eligibility for credit cards, loans, insurance, rentals and other items. Errors in your credit report can therefore have serious consequences. Congress passed the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) to give consumers numerous rights, including the right to access their credit reports, to contest information in those reports and to correct errors, and to learn if the information has been used against them.
At Bellin & Associates, we bring individual and class actions on behalf of consumers whose rights under Fair Credit Reporting Act have been violated.
Please contact us or call us at (914) 358-5345 for a consultation.