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Arizonans filed close to 8,000 complaints with the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in 2021, and the bulk of those complaints were about what people claimed were errors on their credit reports.

Arizonans went from filing 6,600 complaints with the CFPB in 2020 to filing nearly 8,000 the next year - almost half were complaints about what consumers called incorrect information on their credit reports and unsatisfactory responses by the credit reporting companies. Read more»

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