The trial court acknowledged Synchrony’s claims shared facts in common; however, because the plaintiff’s claims were made under federal law, the FCRA, and the FCRA does not “expressly or impliedly provide a right to indemnity,” the court denied Synchrony’s motion for leave to file the third party complaint. Accordingly, “[f]rom a policy standpoint, therefore, it is difficult to conjure up support for a rule which would allow a furnisher to bring an indemnification action.”
CREDIT REPORT DISPUTE LAWYER - Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), there is no private cause of action under 15 U.S.C. § 1681s-2(a). In other words, consumers cannot successfully sue furnishers for reporting false information under the FCRA.
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In Burke v. Experian, Judge Anthony J. Trenga opined, "Credit is the lifeblood of the modern American economy and for the American consumer access to credit has become inextricably tied to consumer credit scores as reported by credit reporting agencies." In his opinion, Judge Trenga denied Experian's (a nationwide consumer reporting agency) Motion for Partial [...]
Federal law provides consumers with the right to receive their free credit report (annual file disclosure) from all three nationwide consumer reporting agencies, Experian, Equifax and Trans Union, once in a twelve month time period. 15 USC 1681j. The law also required Experian, Equifax and Trans Union to create a central source for consumers to make a request [...]
A settlement has been approved for a nationwide class action against Countrywide Financial Corporation and 17 million consumers. The consumers' claimed their private information, including Social Security numbers and bank information, was downloaded and sold by a Countrywide employee. The nationwide class includes Countrywide's customers who purchased a mortgage or had Countrywide service the mortgage before July 1, [...]