Wednesday, April 9th, 2008 (No comments yet
Though the credit reporting companies scrambled to allow freezes in all states most likely to prevent each state from enacting their own laws with lower fees and more restrictions than they wanted, many states are still pursuing their own legislation (as they should).
Georgia’s proposed law
would allow freezes for only $3 and would automatically be free for anyone 65 and up (the first state I’ve heard of to have such a provision). Though it’s not law yet, this is one of the better ones I’ve seen.
Arizona is also busy on a credit freeze law
, but I wasn’t able to find any details on how well their law is written.Tags: Credit Freeze
, Identity Theft