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Protection Against Discrimination Based on Exercising Rights Under SCRA
Asserting your rights under the SCRA cannot be a basis for a determination by a creditor that you are unable to pay a financial obligation. A creditor cannot deny you credit, revoke your credit, change the terms of an existing credit arrangement, or refuse to give you credit in the amount or on the terms requested by you because you asserted your rights under the SCRA. Negative information may not be reported to credit bureaus simply because you asserted your rights under the SCRA. An insurer may not refuse to insure you, or change the terms or conditions of your insurance, because you asserted your rights under the SCRA. 50 USC App 3919.
Information regarding how to obtain free credit reports so you can check the information contained in your credit reports can be found in this Attorney General Consumer Alert.