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Protecting Yourself from Pandemic Fraudsters
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides some credit protections for consumers, according to a recent blog post from Ray Dall’Osto and Chris Hayden of GRGB Law in Milwaukee.
In addition, amidst an uptick in fraud and scams, the authors note that “the Federal Trade Commission announced in May 2020 that an agreement has been reached with the nationwide credit reporting companies to allow for free, weekly credit reports, not just one free report per year.”
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