PHOENIX — Inaccurate credit reports can lead to housing denials, lower credit limits and higher insurance rates. And now, you could also get money back from one credit agency if you find a certain error.
Scott Hardy with topclassactions.com says TransUnion settled a class action lawsuit alleging inaccurate information has ended up on reports. The settlement means you qualify if you can prove you were caused harm because of an inaccurate bankruptcy, judgment or tax lien listed on your credit report between certain dates.
You could collect up to $2000. The deadline to file a claim is March 20, 2020.
The company claims no wrongdoing in reaching the settlement.
Click here for more on the TransUnion settlement.
And check your credit report here for free, three times a year for any issues.
Are you feeling the heat from your laptop? Another settlement involves two ASUS Rog Strix models.
The allegation is laptops bought between May 4, 2014 and November 19, 2019 may have had overheating issues because of defective batteries.
The settlement means if you qualify, you could get a cash payment up to $110 or an ASUS credit up to $210.
The deadline to file a claim is April 3, 2020. The company claims no wrongdoing in settling this lawsuit.
Click here for more on the ASUS settlement.
Another class action suit involves Subaru and numerous models using the Starlink touchscreen infotainment system.
Allegations involve a defect that made the system prone to freezing up and other malfunctions.
The settlement affects owners or lessees of 2017-2108 Imprezas, 2018 Forester, 2018 Outback, 2018 Legacy, 2018 Crosstrek and BRZ vehicles.
Affected owners could get reimbursement for qualifying repairs and a five year/100,000 mile extended warranty.
The deadline to file a claim is April 1, 2020. The company claims no wrongdoing in reaching this settlement.
Click here for more on the Subaru settlement.