The Fair Credit Reporting Act in Arizona
Arizona’s §44-1691, et seq. covers virtually everything the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act covers, such as who may see the report (44-1692) the consumer’s right to see the report (44-1693); the FCRA dispute process (44-1694); and, provides for liability for failing to remove a security freeze on a credit report (44-1695). In fact, the AZ laws closely mirror the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act. However, the laws were created in 1995, and therefore we are of the opinion that the Fair Credit Reporting Act nullifies this statute.
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