The Fair Credit Reporting Act in South Dakota
South Dakota does not have any consumer protection laws that apply to information that appears on credit reports and background reports. Rather, South Dakota has a law that provides rights and responsibilities for security freezes to protect one’s credit file. This law applies solely to the issues of a security freeze on a credit report. The statute discusses who and when a freeze may be placed, how it can get removed both permanently and temporarily, and the charges that the reporting bureaus may charge to place or remove a freeze.
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