Equifax is faced with a class action suit for allegedly allowing disputed information to be included on consumer credit reports without including a notification of dispute.
A proposed class action claims Equifax and Decisionlinks violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act by providing consumer data to unauthorized parties.
Red Wing Shoe Store is facing a lawsuit in which a customer alleges the company “recklessly” printed too many digits of his credit card number on his receipt.
A lawsuit alleges that Home Depot performed an unauthorized background check on an employee after presenting the man with an improper consent form.
A lawsuit out of Virginia alleges that Equifax Information Services, LLC inaccurately reports on debts that were discharged in bankruptcy proceedings.
Florida Fine Cars, Inc. (FFC) has been hit with a proposed class action wherein two plaintiffs claim the used car business performed on them a “hard” credit inquiry despite having no authorization nor permissible purpose in doing so.
Seven plaintiffs claim the defendants produced “prejudicial, misleading, and inaccurate” background reports that contained expunged or sealed legal records.
A lawsuit claims that First Advantage Background Services furnishes consumer reports that misrepresent criminal offenses as more serious than they are.
A job applicant claims HKA Enterprises performed an unauthorized background check and took adverse action against him before providing him a copy of the report.
HireRight, LLC is the defendant in a proposed class action that alleges the company routinely furnishes background reports that contain outdated arrest records and other adverse information.