Saturday, October 21, 2017

U.S. fines TransUnion, Equifax for deceit over credit scores

U.S. regulators on Tuesday purchased credit reporting companies TransUnion and Equifax Inc to pay over .2 million in fines and restitution for deceiving customers about the usefulness and value of credit ratings they purchased. The U.S. customer Financial coverage Bureau said the payments additionally resolve charges that TransUnion and Equifax lured consumers into enrolling in credit services advertised as no-cost or costing only , but that could cost above 0 a-year. TransUnion will reimburse .93 million to customers and spend a million municipal fine, while Equifax will reimburse .8 million and spend a .5 million civil fine.

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