A class action suit has been filed against Infortrack claiming that they provided reports to employers that allegedly erroneously indicated that the plaintiff was a registered sex offender when the plaintiff was not a sex offender in all reality. The lawsuit claims violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and is in the jurisdiction of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. The case is entitled Samuel M. Jackson v. Infotrack Information Services, Inc., Class Action Case Number 1:11-cv-05801. If you were part of the consumer report, provided by Infotrack, that claimed information from a sex offender database about the consumer even though the consumer’s date of birth did not match the date of birth of the sex offender listed on the consumer’s report this lawsuit could effect your rights. Imagine be labeled as a possible sex offended when you did nothing wrong!
A copy of the Samuel M. Jackson v. Infotrack Information Services Class Action Lawsuit Complaint can be read HERE.