The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced a settlement with State Farm Bank, FSB for alleged violations which involved obtaining and furnishing consumer reports, which in some cases were inaccurate, to Consumer Reporting Agencies. The order finds that State Farm Bank, an Illinois federal savings association with over $10 billion in assets, violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the first U.S. Sectorial privacy law, and the Consumer Financial Protection Act in a number of ways.

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