The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
The Fair Credit Reporting Act sometimes called the federal fair credit reporting debt dispute act, is a federal law designed to protect consumers against unfair and illegal credit reporting practices and protect your credit privacy.
Find answers to your questions about credit reporting procedures. Learn who can and cannot view your personal credit profiles, credit reports, and credit scores.
Up : Sec 9: Disclosure to Consumers
Credit bureaus can collect and furnish credit reports only under specific conditions; or face civil liability.
Sec 10: Dispute Procedures
Learn how to properly dispute inaccurate information contained in your credit reports.
Up : Sec 21: Overdue Child Support
Under certain conditions, overdue child support obligations must be reported for 7 years!