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October 2, 2008

Experian Consents to Order re Credit Reporting after Bankruptcy Discharge

District Court Judge David Carter has approved a settlement in a class action case by a bankruptcy debtor against various credit reporting entities.  You can access the Order here.   The agreement sets forth extensive procedures that the reporting agencies will follow to insure that a debtor's credit report is accurate after the bankruptcy discharge is entered. 

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