Equifax Allegedly Provided Inaccurate Credit Scores to Consumers  – Class Action Investigation

Chimicles Schwartz Kriner Donaldson-Smith is investigating a potential class action related to recent reports that Equifax, during a three week period this year, provided inaccurate credit score information for millions of customers. Specifically, Equifax had sent inaccurate credit scores to banks and non-banks between mid-March into early April of 2022. Scores were often off by approximately 20 points, which was enough in some cases to lead to possibly higher interest rates on loans and credit accounts and/or applications for loans or credit accounts to be rejected.

If you are a consumer whose credit score was impacted by the glitch, please fill-out the form provided.

Equifax Credit Scores- Consumers (#267)

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Attorneys for this case:

Timothy N. Mathews