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Equal Credit Opportunity Act

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The Equal Credit Opportunity Act is legislation passed by the U.S. Congress in 1974 that prohibits lenders from asking certain questions of a borrowing customer.

These questions might include the customer's age, race or religion. The act also prohibits lenders from denying a loan based solely on a credit applicant's age, race, religion, ethnic origins, receipt of public assistance or other similar factors.

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