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In 1970, the Fair Credit Reporting Act was enacted to control the collecting of credit information, which is routinely used to set mortgage and loan rates. The regulation restricts who has access to a consumer's credit history and prevents lenders from supplying erroneous or outdated information. Consumers may also view their own credit reports and dispute any erroneous information.

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