How the Fair Credit Reporting Act Affects Audits and Other Investigations - The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), as interpreted by the FTC, imposes certain requirements on outside investigators that may hamper their ability to detect criminal conduct by employees. It is unclear when particular audit procedures become subject to the FCRA, leaving auditors and investigators to face unreasonable ...
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