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KPRC-TV journalist wants clarification about credit scores

Houston television station consumer investigative reporter provides email address; seeks knowledge, asks question

| By Greg Fisher

See "New Year's Day, 2016."

From: Greg Fisher []
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2016 10:32 AM
To: Amy Davis, KPRC-TV, Houston, Graham Holdings Company
Cc: Will Weissert, bureau chief, Austin, AP
Subject: false information maintained by KPRC-TV (n53117), civics, history

I'm with the media, am on a deadline and am writing about your organization. The deadline is tomorrow. Follow #1512aa. You wrote

@creditscoring Come again? Or send me an email. [address].

I don't see how email changes anything, but here it is. Falsely, you reported, "Every hard credit inquiry lowers your score by a few points."

That is impossible because inquiries are only part of a credit score.

Also, your website states, in a 2014 account of U.S. history that is not true, "Earlier this week, House Majority Leader John Boehner told lawmakers the GOP-led House may vote to undo Obama's executive action, but the move would be mostly symbolic, as Obama would certainly veto such legislation and the Democratic-led Senate wouldn't go for it, either."

That is false information. John Boehner was not Majority Leader in 2014. He was Speaker. #AP #syndicatederror

What is the name of the person who has the authority to make a correction?

Reply today, please.

Greg Fisher
Truth and Falsity
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The Credit Scoring Site
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mobile/text 937-681-3224

Follow the activity of Item #1512aa. Items related to Texas: #n528. Items related to KPRC-TV, FCC Facility ID 53117 and use of the public's airwaves: #n53117. Questions from Amy Davis.

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