February 11, 1998
Karen Coffey, Chief Counsel
Texas Automobile Dealers Assn.
1108 Lavaca -- P. O. Box 1028
Austin, Texas 78767-1028
Re: Section 604 of the Fair Credit Reporting Act
Dear Ms. Coffey:
November 5, 1998
Nancy S. Spritz, Esq.
Candle, Klitenic & Chernow, LLP
Woodholme Professional Building
1838 Greene Tree Road, Suite 370
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Re: Section 603(k)(1)(B)(iv) of the Fair Credit Reporting Act --Adverse Action Notices to Co-Signers / Guarantors of Denied...
October 26, 1998
William F. Hall, Esquire
United Guaranty Residential Insurance Co.
230 North Elm Street
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Re: Section 615(a) of the Fair Credit Reporting Act
Dear Mr. Hall:
If you report information about consumers to consumer reporting agencies (CRAs) — like a credit bureau, tenant screening company, or check verification service — you have legal obligations under the Fair Credit Reporting Act's Furnisher Rule.
Division of Credit Practices
Bureau of Consumer Protection
Clarke W. Brinckerhoff
March 3, 1998
Paul H. Schieber, Esq.
Blank Rome Comisky & McCauley
One Logan Square
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Dear Mr. Schieber:
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