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Credit agencies to upgrade

Visually impaired to get access to reports

By Mark Pothier
Globe Staff / April 24, 2008

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If Kim Charlson wants to check her credit report, she has to place trust in someone else. That is because Charlson, 50, is blind and the major consumer credit reporting companies - Equifax , Experian, and TransUnion - do not make the reports available in Braille or large-print formats. Nor are their websites compatible with software that allows blind and ... (Full article: 533 words)

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