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CFPB's Richard Cordray asks U.S. banks to provide customers with credit scores

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The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is asking banks to voluntarily provide their customers with credit scores used to make lending decisions. In a Feb. 10 letter, Richard Cordray, the agency's director, said that knowing credit scores would “prompt busy Americans” to investigate why their score might be lower than it should be. “I strongly encourage you to make the credit scores on...

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