Representative John Adler introduced H.R. 3763 on October 8 to amend the definition of “creditor” in the Fair Credit Reporting Act to reflect the following exclusions:
(A) a health care practice with 20 or fewer employees;
(B) an accounting practice with 20 or fewer employees;
(C) a legal practice with 20 or fewer employees; or (D) any other business, if the Commission determines, following an application for exclusion by such business, that such business–
(i) knows all of its customers or clients individually;
(ii) only performs services in or around the residences of its customers; or (iii) has not experienced incidents of identity theft and identity theft is rare for businesses of that type.
The bill has currently been referred to the House Committee on Financial Services.
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