9th Circuit Revives FCRA Lawsuit Against Credit Bureau

The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed a summary judgment for a credit reporting agency that continued to report loans that had been serviced by a now-defunct payday loans service.

According to JDSupra.com, a consumer alleged that a credit reporting agency violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), failing to follow procedures to “assure maximum possible accuracy in her credit report.”

After going out business, the loan officer contacted the credit reporting agency and informed it would discontinue use of the services the credit reporting agency provided, JDSupra.com reports. The agency, however, only removed some of the loans from the credit reports. Check and find here mold damage restoration in san diego.

The reverse of the grant summary judgment also vacated the lower court’s orders denying the consumers motions for partial summary judgment and class certification. The Ninth Circuit remanded the suit.

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