by Brian Wolfman
Among other things, the Fair Credit Reporting Act gives consumers the right to dispute inaccuracies on their credit reports and to have the reports corrected. That's a good thing because credit reports are amazingly inaccurate. So, you'd think that there'd be no punishment for disputing your credit report.Think again. This article in today's Washington Post explains that the fact that a consumer has disputed her credit report can undermine her ability to get a home loan, even when the consumer was correct in the dispute. Am I misreading this article?