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Transunion and Equifax Agreed to Settle $23 Million without Admitting or Denying the CFPB’s Findings

TransUnion, Equifax Agree to Settle $23M for Deceptive Credit Scores

Two of the largest credit bureaus in the US have agreed to settle more than $23 million of fines and reimbursements without admitting or denying the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's findings.

A man holds his smart card and some coins at a bakery in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread li

FICO’s New Credit Scoring Discounts Medical Debt

American consumers will be delighted to learn that they could soon avail of loans and credit cards at lower rates.

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