Letter from Consumer to Credit Reporting Agency Disputing Information in File
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Some information obtained by credit reporting bureaus is based on statements made by persons, such as neighbors who were interviewed by the bureau's investigator. Needless to say, these statements are not always correct and are sometimes the result of gossip. In any event, such statements may go on the records of the bureau without further verification and may be furnished to a client of the bureau who will regard the statements as accurate. A person has the limited right to request an agency to disclose the nature and substance of the information possessed by the bureau to see if the information is accurate. If the person claims that the information of the bureau is erroneous, the bureau must take steps within a reasonable time to determine the accuracy of the disputed items.
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