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July 26, 2022

Posted  July 26, 2022

Hyundai Capital America will pay $19 million for their failures to provide accurate information to nationwide credit reporting companies, tarnishing the records of more than 2.2 million consumer accounts through no fault of their own. Between January 2016 and March 2020, because of their outdated systems and processes, Hyundai violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act and failed to: report complete and accurate loan and lease account information; provide date of first delinquency information when required; modify or delete information when required; have reasonable identity theft procedures; and have reasonable accuracy and integrity policies and procedures. CFPB

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