The Supreme Court will decide on several cases involving credit reporting practices and whistleblowers’ ability to sue private contractors for misuse of federal funds. A standout case could make it easier for consumers to hold insurers, banks, and various businesses liable for failing to notify them about changes to their credit rating system. The Fair Credit Reporting Act requires companies to notify consumers about rate hikes that are based on information in their consumer credit reports.
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