Experian has been hit with a proposed nationwide class action in California accusing it of mistakenly reporting that consumers were on a government watchlist of security threats and not helping consumers correct the mistakes.

Los Angeles resident filed the lawsuit in Santa Ana federal court on Friday, alleging that he was denied a car loan after Experian incorrectly reported that he was on a watchlist of terrorists, drug traffickers, money launderers and sanctions targets kept by the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).

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Source: Reuters