Mike Litt is U.S. PIRG’s Consumer Campaign Director. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own.
America’s credit reporting system is broken. We saw the latest evidence of this last week, when news broke that Equifax sent lenders millions of incorrect credit scores, some of which were off by at least 25 points, for consumers applying for auto loans, mortgages and credit cards.
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