If you read the papers, it's possible you've noticed a lot of news regarding your credit report lately!
First, something old, via an in-depth report from Washington Post veteran Brian Krebs: "An identity theft service that sold Social Security and drivers license numbers — as well as bank account and credit card data on millions of Americans — purchased much of its data from Experian." Please email me if you are surprised. (Anyone?)
Second, your daily human interest piece via the New York Times regarding yet another person, this time 73-year-old Mississippi resident Patricia Armour, who spent several years in vain attempting to correct glaring mistakes on her credit report. Stack it next to 60 Minutes special "40 Million Mistakes," containing several such stories, and the case of Julie Miller, who was awarded $18.6 million against Equifax for the years it foiled her attempts to fix the mistakes on her own report. The system works, folks!
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