General Assembly passes bill banning fees for credit freezes

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY has approved legislation that would prohibit consumer reporting agencies from charging consumers a fee for a credit freeze. / PBN FILE PHOTO/NICOLE DOTZENROD
PROVIDENCE – The General Assembly has approved legislation to prohibit consumer reporting agencies from charging consumers a fee for a credit freeze. The legislation (2018-S 2562, 2018-H 7604), eliminates a provision of existing law that allows reporting agencies to charge up to $10 to consumers who ask for a credit freeze, also known as a…

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