§ 2B.2. Solicitations regarding records. It is an unlawful practice for any person to offer for sale or sell to a consumer
access to any records or copies of any records pertaining to the consumer that may
be obtained at no cost or a nominal cost from a governmental agency or from any consumer
reporting agency as defined in the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act 1 unless all offers, solicitations, and applications for any such service include the
following statement in capital letters in not less than 10 point type: “MANY GOVERNMENT
RECORDS ARE AVAILABLE FREE OR AT A NOMINAL COST FROM GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. CREDIT REPORTING AGENCIES ARE REQUIRED BY LAW TO GIVE YOU A COPY OF YOUR CREDIT
RECORD UPON REQUEST, AT NO CHARGE OR FOR A NOMINAL FEE.”
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