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Equifax Inaccurate Credit Scores – Class Action Investigation

August 2, 2022 by  

Ahdoot Wolfson is investigating breaking news reports that Equifax sent lenders inaccurate credit scores on millions of consumers between March and April 2022. As a result, consumers seeking lines of credit, loans, mortgages, and other lending received less favorable loan terms and interest rates, or were denied credit altogether.

Reports indicate that Equifax provided inaccurate credit scores on millions of U.S. consumers seeking loans – including auto loans, mortgages, and credit cards – during a 3 week period from March to April 2022. The credit scores were reportedly off by 20 points or more in either direction, which is enough to alter interest rates or result in denials of credit.

Equifax’s failure to deliver accurate credit reports may be a violation of federal and other laws, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act. 

If you believe Equifax provided a potential lender an inaccurate credit score or report for you between March and April 2022 during a time when you were seeking lending, please contact our firm for a consultation by filling out the form below, and one of our lawyers promptly will call you.

Equifax Credit Scores