Six States Join The Outcry Over Trw
Acting on consumer complaints, six states have filed suit against TRW, one of the largest providers of credit reports, which affect nearly every American's ability to borrow. The suits, representing New York, Texas, California, Michigan, Idaho, and Alabama, charge the Cleveland-based credit-reporting agency with misleading consumers, disregarding their privacy, and failing to assure the accuracy of reports. TRW insists that its practices are legal, and it has already requested that the suits be thrown out. The company is also fighting a $290,000 federal court award granted to a Wyoming consumer who claims that TRW deliberately put errors in his credit report.
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