WMFD TV

Search Archive WMFD.com News

www.wmfd.com - An Oregon woman tried for two years to get Equifax to correct major errors in her credit report and Julie Miller finally sued the credit bureau, and was awarded $18.6-million. <div style="display:none">chlamydia rapid test <a href="http://www.femchoice.org/femchoice.org/page/signs-of-a-std.aspx">venereal diseases</a> symptoms gonorrhea</div> }}" />

   
 
 
Woman Sues Equifax Over Credit Score Errors
online read side effects abortion pill
women cheat on men signs of infidelity read
women affairs online link
chlamydia test symptoms of chlamydia in the mouth first symptoms of gonorrhea

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 7/30/2013

  An Oregon woman tried for two years to get Equifax to correct major errors in her credit report.   Julie Miller finally sued the credit bureau, and was awarded $18.6-million.   Miller's lawsuit says she contacted Equifax eight times about the mistakes.   The judgment is the largest awarded to a consumer against one of the major credit bureaus.    It likely will be appealed.
wifes that cheat why women cheat on men they love click
reasons married men cheat read unfaithful wife
   
  MORE RECENT NEWS
 
Image1 President Obama's proposed nuclear weapons deal with Iran was discussed Wednesday during a Town Hall meeting at the Mid-Ohio Conference Center. Full Story
Image1 The historic building that houses Napoli's Pizza in downtown Shelby is closed and will soon be torn town. Full Story
 
Image1 Dr. Wyndy Corbin Reuschling, professor of Ethics and Theology at Ashland Theological Seminary, and J. Robert Douglass, associate professor of Theological Studies at Winebrenner Theological Seminary, have co-edited a book in honor of Dr. Luke Keefer Jr., retired professor of Historical Theology at Ashland Theological Seminary who passed away in 2010. Full Story
Image1 “For the third consecutive year, the Ohio Association of Foodbanks and its network of strategic consortium members was awarded a federal Navigator grant by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Full Story
  MORE NEWS
 

Ohio Association of Foodbanks Awarded $2 million

Au Center for Nonviolence holding essay contest

Friendly House holding annual clothing give-away

179th Airlift Wing Unveils New C-130 Flight Simulator

Lima Company Eyes Of Freedom Exhibit At Galion High School

NECIC hosting Meet the Candidates Nights

Man Found Shot Dead In Vehicle, Cause Being Investigated

Sleep-Out Against Domestic Violence This Weekend

God's Love Through Our Hands Event Sept. 12

19th Annual Cops and Kids Program Helps Kids Get New Clothes

Richland Carrousel Park Celebrates 24th Anniversary

Confederate Flag Pride Parade Causes Controversy

Mansfield Lahm Airport Runway Paving Project Underway

More News