TransUnion Stock – Holders of TransUnion Stock May Have Legal Claims
Kehoe Law Firm, P.C. is investigating whether certain directors and officers of TransUnion (NYSE: TRU) breached their fiduciary duties to TransUnion and its shareholders.
TransUnion shareholders who have held their TransUnion stock for at least a year or more are encouraged to CLICK HERE to contact Kehoe Law Firm, P.C. and provide details of their TransUnion holdings.
TransUnion shareholders should be aware that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) announced the filing of a lawsuit against TransUnion, two of its subsidiaries, and executive John Danaher for violating a 2017 law enforcement order. The order was issued to stop TransUnion from engaging in deceptive marketing regarding its credit scores and other credit-related products.
After the order went into effect, TransUnion, according to the CFPB continued its unlawful behavior, disregarded the order’s requirements, and continued employing deceitful digital dark patterns to profit from customers. The CFPB’s complaint also alleges that TransUnion violated additional consumer financial protection laws.