Baker v. Capital One Bank; squib re resellers

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Baker v. Capital One Bank; squib re resellers

Postby Administrator » Tue Sep 30, 2014 12:20 pm

D. Summary of All Rights Under 15 U.S.C. § 1681g(c)(2)

Baker alleges in Paragraph 116 of her Complaint that Equifax failed to provide her a summary of all rights in violation of 15 U.S .C. § 1681 g(c)(2). However, in her brief, Baker concedes that Equifax sent a summary of rights with each disclosure. (Doc. # 145 at 5:27–28.) Baker again alleges that Equifax is vicariously liable under the Fair Credit Reporting Act for noncompliance by resellers of the data with whom Equifax does business but provides no authority for that proposition. ( Id. at 6:2–4.) The motion for summary judgment on this claim is therefore granted.

Baker v. Capital One Bank
Not Reported in F.Supp.2d, 2006 WL 2523440
D.Ariz.,2006.
August 29, 2006
David A. Szwak
Bodenheimer, Jones & Szwak, LLC
416 Travis Street, Suite 1404, Mid South Tower
Shreveport, Louisiana 71101
318-424-1400 / Fax 221-6555
President, Bossier Little League
Chairman, Consumer Protection Section, Louisiana State Bar Association

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