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n539 - Bank name on state of North Dakota website disappears

Information changes following creditscoring.com writer's contact with governor's office and Bremer Bank

| By Greg Fisher

From: Greg Fisher [mailto:greg@truthandfalsity.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2015 11:17 AM
To: Beatty, Susan, L
Cc: Jack Dalrymple, governor, North Dakota; LuWanna Lawrence, North Dakota State Govenrnment; Jeff Zent, Communications, Office of the Governor, North Dakota
Subject: credit score, North Dakota

This message and your response will be published at http://creditscoring.com/int... .

Thank your[SIC] for calling.

This exists on the state of North Dakota's internet domain: "It is especially important for individuals to take ownership over their credit bureau score, otherwise known as FICO scores. This score is used by banks, insurance companies, credit cards, and employers to determine credit worthiness. It can affect your insurance premiums, interest rates on loans, and even whether or not you are hired for a job."

It is attributed to "Business Banker at Bremer Bank."

As we discussed, employers do not use credit scores. I looked into it. However, since that statement exists, I gave you these specific questions.

  1. What is the name of an employer who uses credit scores?
  2. What are you doing about the false information on the state of North Dakota's website?

Reply to this message today, please. #n12923

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Bank with a k conflates credit score and credit report

From: [Beatty, Bremer Bank (n1293)]
Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2015 10:21 AM
To: 'Greg Fisher'
Subject: RE: credit score, North Dakota

Greg -

Thank you for your email. Here is our response.

It is our understanding that some employers do use credit reports as part of the hiring process. We believe this statement to be accurate. However, we will research this issue. If we determine that the statement is inaccurate we will remove the statement or change it as necessary to make it accurate.

creditscoring.com writer replies

From: Greg Fisher [mailto:greg@truthandfalsity.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2015 12:54 PM
To: Jack Dalrymple, governor, North Dakota; Susan Beatty, Bremer Bank
Subject: RE: credit score, North Dakota, Bremer Bank muddles correspondence with a non-sequitur

"Money Management" changed. It said, "(Business Banker at Bremer Bank)."

Now it says, "(Banker)."

Governor Dalrymple, what is the name of the person who wrote the sentence, "This score is used by banks, insurance companies, credit cards, and employers to determine credit worthiness," quoting someone at Bremer Bank?

Reply to this message today, please.

Ms. Beatty, I said nothing about "credit reports," so what are you referring to?

And, what gives you authority to change the state of North Dakota's website?

Finally, the statement is the statement. Do you mean that you can change history?

Reply to this message today, please.

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Greg Fisher
Truth and Falsity
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