Consent to View Credit Information is Required

By E-Renter Tenant Screening
Posted on October 8, 2008 under FCRA Issues | icon: commentBe the First to Comment

Anyone who wants to view credit information (including landlords and employers) must have written consent of the individual.

In addition to credit information, other related laws prevent medical information from being given to anyone without written consent of the individual.

Additionally, not just anyone is allowed to receive information, even with your consent. If you apply for credit, employment, insurance, or to rent an apartment, you will generally be asked to give consent for information to be released.

You can increase your assurance of FCRA compliance by using tenant screening services from E-Renter USA.

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