Experian is not responsible for Florida Consumer’s Faulty Report

By Carolina Bolado (July 6, 2022, 6:29 p.m. EDT) – Experian has prevailed in a dispute with a consumer whose credit report falsely claimed he was in default on a mortgage, after a federal jury of Florida determined that the credit reporting company had not violated its duty under the Fair Credit Reporting Act to ensure the accuracy of information contained in its reports.

After a week-long trial and brief deliberation, a jury in Fort Myers, Florida, returned a verdict Friday in favor of Experian in its fight with Henry John Losch, who claimed the company violated the FCRA by failing to properly investigate his dispute with his credit report….

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