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Re: Credit Reports, was Re: AT&T Customers Taken Over By Alltel

Steve Sobol (
Sat, 06 Aug 2005 10:49:40 -0700

Damon Brownd wrote:

> Steve Sobol <> wrote in message

>> Maybe you got special consideration as a soldier. Perhaps enlisted men
>> and women got a special deal because it wouldn't be easy for them to
>> deal with credit issues overseas ... But as far as I know, the rest of
>> us were not entitled to any free reports unless we were denied credit
>> or employment (as I posted earlier) or if there was a state law
>> specifying we were not to be charged. There have been some state laws
>> on the books prior to this past year.

> See

That is a result of the change in federal law that was *just
implemented.* As I said, it used to be that there were only certain
conditions under which you could get a free report, unless you lived
somewhere where state law specified otherwise.

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