30-14-1735. Fees. (1) Except as provided in subsection (2), a consumer reporting agency may charge an administrative fee, not to exceed $3, to a consumer for each security freeze or temporary lifting of a security freeze as provided in 30-14-1729, but not for removal of a security freeze as provided in 30-14-1732.
(2) A consumer reporting agency may not charge a fee under 30-14-1728 to a consumer who has been the victim of identity theft and who has submitted to the consumer reporting agency a valid police report, an investigative report, or a complaint that the consumer has filed with a law enforcement agency.
(3) A consumer may be charged a reasonable fee, not to exceed $5, if the consumer fails to retain the original personal identification number, password, or other device provided by the consumer reporting agency and if the consumer asks the consumer reporting agency to reissue the same or a new personal identification number, password, or other device.
History: En. Sec. 10, Ch. 138, L. 2007.