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July 13, 2020 12 min

Under the CARES Act, borrowers must be affected by COVID-19 and receive an “accommodation” for their creditors to be subject to new FCRA reporting obligations. However, the CARES Act does not explain how the consumer needs to have been affected, nor is it expressly limited to accommodations provided because of the impact of COVID-19. Therefore, creditors must be careful when determining not only how to report accommodations (such as forbearances) consistent with new credit reporting obligations, but also what can be discussed with borrowers regarding the credit impact of these accommodations.

More on this topic from Joe Apatov and Gregg Stevens in the fifth episode of the “More with McGlinchey” podcast.

To listen to all episodes of More with McGlinchey, visit us at mcglinchey.com/podcast.

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