Volume 5, Edition 9, September 2009

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If an end-user intends to take adverse action based upon a consumer report, it must provide a pre-adverse action notice when the report was prepared for which permissible purpose(s)?

a. Employment

b. With the written consent of the consumer

c. Both (a) and (b)

d. All of the permissible purposes identified under the FCRA.


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