Legislation introduced in the Senate would amend the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and ultimately require consumer data furnishers to provide "free disclosure after notice of adverse action or offer of credit on materially less favorable terms."

In short, the "Stop Errors in Credit Use and Reporting Act" is designed to protect consumers from inaccurate credit reports and credit scores.

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