Kenneth Eade

FEDERAL COURT IN CALIFORNIA UPHOLDS RIGHT TO EQUITABLE RELIEF UNDER FAIR CREDIT REPORTING ACT
Font size: (SE) Chris Ryan November 06, 2012

Sometimes Justice is Done

November 6, 2012/Los Angeles, California/NEWSWIRE/ The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), enacted by Congress in 1971, was put into place because the banking system is dependent upon fair and accurate credit reporting and unfair credit reporting methods undermine the confidence of the public in that system. The three major credit reporting agencies (CRA’s), Experian, Trans Union, and Equifax, just suffered a major blow today when a federal court in California ruled that equitable relief is allowed under the FCRA. The case, Engelbrecht v. Experian, EDCV 12-1547 VAP, brought by California Attorney Kenneth Eade, sought declaratory and injunctive relief against the three major CRA’s for failing to correct inaccuracies on his client’s credit report which had lingered on the report in some cases, for over…

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