The credit rating bureaus, whose reports influence everything from credit cards to mortgages to job offers, have a two-tiered system for resolving errors - one for the rich and powerful, and the other for everyone else, according to a New York Times report yesterday. The three major agencies, Equifax, Experian and TransUnion, keep a V.I.P. list of sorts, according to consumer lawyers and legal documents, consisting of celebrities, politicians, judges and other influential people. Those on the list get special help from workers in the United States in fixing mistakes on their credit reports.Full article from New York Times here.
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