Tens of millions of Americans have errors on their credit reports, errors that can affect their credit scores and make it expensive or impossible to get a mortgage or a car loan. And yet most people don't even bother to check their reports, even though the process costs nothing. Thursday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about what you need to do now and why frustration may await even for the vigilant who discover credit report errors.
Anthony Rodriguez, attorney, FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection
Mike DeWine, Ohio Attorney General
Sheryl Harris, consumer columnist, The Plain Dealer
Edward A. Icove, Cleveland attorney, Icove Legal Group, Ltd