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Credit Reports #1023502

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 03, 2012
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(New York: Terrell Brown) The impact of a errant credit report on military veteran Emmett Pinkston†† examined an example of wrong credit reporting. [PINKSTON - comments on his efforts to land a TSA job.] [Demos think tanker analyst Amy TRAUB††- lists the problems in fixing a report.] [Credit industry representative Stuart PRATT††- says financial stress can cause risk.] [In Oregon hearing, State Government Relations TransUnion director Eric ROSENBERG†- says there is no correlation between credit reports and job performance.]

Glor, Jeff;
Brown, Terrell

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