Continuing its scrutiny of the credit reporting industry, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reported on December 13 that customers of the "big three" credit-reporting bureaus disputed more than 32 million items in their credit files, with reports of debts under collection triggering the lion's share of the protests.
CFPB steps up the scrutiny on credit reporting bureaus
The National Law Journal
December 12, 2012
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