Major credit score tracking companies got an earful from congress Feb. 26 and may be facing more than that as the U.S. House Financial Services Committee weighs potential regulation of the industry.
The calls for regulation came after years of data breaches and reported errors that could impact consumers ability to purchase homes and cars or even get jobs.
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