The FCRA and Regulation V Human Trafficking Final Rule amends Regulation V to implement a recent amendment to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). The Final Rule prohibits consumer reporting agencies from furnishing a consumer report containing adverse item(s) of information that resulted from certain types of human trafficking. It also establishes a method for victims of trafficking to submit trafficking documentation to consumer reporting agencies, procedures for consumer reporting agencies to review that documentation and make a determination, as well as consumer notification requirements.
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An overview of the Human Trafficking Regulation can be found here: Fast Facts: FCRA and Regulation V Human Trafficking Rule.