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In Pedro v. Equifax, Inc., --- F.3d ---, 2017 WL 3623926 (11th Cir. 2017), the Eleventh Circuit held that it was not objectively unreasonable for TransUnion, LLC to interpret section 1681e(b) of the Fair Credit Report Act ("FCRA") to allow it report an account belonging to an authorized user.

Kathleen Pedro filed a putative class action alleging that TransUnion willfully violated section 1681e(b), which requires consumer reporting agencies to "follow reasonable procedures to assure maximum possible accuracy," when it reported her parents' credit card account for which she was an ...

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