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No private right of action under Fair Credit Act claim (access required)

Where the plaintiffs alleged a bank violated § 1681s-2(a) of the Fair Credit Reporting Act by supplying information known to be incorrect to a credit reporting agency, the claim was dismissed because there is no private right of action under that section of the law. Background Melvin and Linda McCauley filed this action against Ally Bank in ...