On August 16, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) issued proposed revisions to the following model notices that consumer reporting agencies are required to provide to consumers and businesses under the FCRA: (1) a summary of consumer rights under the FCRA; (2) a notice to users of consumer reports regarding their obligations under the FCRA; and (3) a notice to furnishers of consumer report information regarding their obligations under the FCRA. The FTC has not revised these model notices since 2004. These proposed revisions are designed to reflect new rules that have been adopted since the FCRA was amended in 2003 (e.g., the risk-based pricing rules), as well as to make the notices more useful and easier to understand. The FTC is accepting public comments on the proposed changes until September 21, 2010.