Fintech Co. sued over withheld consumer reports

By Sarah Jarvis (June 17, 2022, 8:15 p.m. EDT) – A fintech company that distributes consumer reports to third parties was hit with a proposed class action lawsuit in federal court in Arizona on Friday, alleging that it had violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act by withholding consumer reports despite valid requests.

Indiana resident John Fralish said in his complaint that Early Warning Services LLC, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, hid his drinking reports from him, even though he made three valid requests and provided the information. identification required. Early Warning has “substantial written documentation” advising it of its obligations under the FCRA, Fralish said.

“Despite knowledge of these legal obligations, the defendant acted knowingly and voluntarily…

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