Way Beyond Technical Accuracy and Into the Abyss of Bizarre

Father-Son, Mother-Daughter, Junior-Senior-Trey [Generational Designators], Common Names, Variations on Social Security Numbers and Other Mixed File Issues
David A. Szwak

Way Beyond Technical Accuracy and Into the Abyss of Bizarre

Postby David A. Szwak » Mon Oct 24, 2005 6:01 pm

OKAY, LOWRY IS A TOUGH OPINION TO COMPREHEND. WHAT WAS THE JUDGE THINKING? THIS IS BEYOND TECHNICAL ACCURACY AND IS REALLY WAY OUT THERE. TO SAY THAT MIXED CREDIT FILES DO NOT RAISE AN ACCURACY ISSUE IS CRAZY.
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Plaintiffs' concern is not accuracy in the preparation of credit reports; plaintiffs' concern is the confusion of those reports. Confusion of reports did result, but that does not provide a basis for a federal claim. This district has previously recognized that "in order to pursue a cause of action predicated upon willful or negligent violation of 15 U.S.C. s 1681e(b), the report sought to be attacked must be inaccurate". Middlebrooks v. Retail Credit Co., 416 F.Supp. 1013, 1015 (N.D.Ga.1976); Peller v. Retail Credit Co., No. 17900 (N.D.Ga. December 6, 1973).

Lowry v. Credit Bureau, Inc. of Georgia
444 F.Supp. 541
D.C.Ga. 1978.

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