A law that gives consumers the right to freeze their credit files went into effect July 1. The law allows consumers to block access to their credit reports and scores by “freezing” the account, and making it impossible for personal information to be breached. Consumers can unlock their credit files by contacting the credit bureaus and providing a security code.
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