The Intersection of Credit Reporting and Race
Organization: ConsumerReports.org (non-profit)
February 26 at 10am PT (1pm ET)
Register here: https://action.consumerreports.org/webinar_20210226_creditcheck
For already marginalized communities errors on a credit report could have an extremely negative impact on the financial health of a household. Consumer Reports and partner experts will discuss how the major credit reporting companies — Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion crediting reporting systems negatively impact communities of color.
We also will have a special action where you can be apart of a Consumer Reports’ people-powered research project where you can ensure credit and lending decisions are made fairly, without discrimination, and without errors that work against the borrower.
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Added to the calendar on Monday Feb 22nd, 2021 10:38 AM