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I was doing some random CRA suit research at www.morelaw.com, and ran across this tidbit:

 

http://www.kscourts.org/ca10/cases/2000/02/97-3340.htm

 

Ms. XXXXXX worked in the administration department of Equifax in the Lenexa, Kansas office. That office is engaged in the debt collection business. Debt collectors were supervised by assistant department managers (ADMs) and both were considered the "revenue producers." Ms. Deters presented evidence at trial that during her tenure at Equifax, from August 1994 to October 1995, she was repeatedly subject to sexual harassment, which she perceived as abusive, by three male co-workers, and her original male supervisor.

 

I thought a CRA was strictly a furnisher of information? How could Equifax be involved in debt collection? Strange. ;)

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Maybe collecting against the businesses that subscribe to their report products (i.e. car dealerships, mortgage offices, etc.).

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EQ also has an arm that does collections I believe it's still active

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