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Credit and Bankruptcy Law

Introduction

What is a credit freeze?

A credit freeze is an action taken by a consumer to freeze activity on their accounts. Under a credit freeze, no one can take out any new credit in a consumer’s name and no one can receive a credit report of the consumer without his or her specific authorization.



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