In a recent speech, CFPB Director Richard Cordray stated “I recently sent letters and followed up with phone calls to the CEOs of the nation’s top credit card companies strongly encouraging them to consider making credit scores and educational content freely available to their customers on a regular basis.” The CFPB believes, among other things, that making the information available will prompt consumers to examine their credit reports, and if necessary, report errors.
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