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A Brooklyn businessman is suing the credit-reporting agency Equifax for falsely reporting him as having no financial history because their system rejects his first name — God.
God Gazarov — a Russian native who was named after his grandfather — claims that the company has stubbornly refused to correct the glitch after more than two years of anguished calls and correspondence, according to a Brooklyn federal lawsuit to be filed Friday.
Despite having scores of more than 720 with the two other major credit agencies, TransUnion and Experian, Gazarov said the Equifax snag prevented him from purchasing an Infiniti car last year.
“It’s extremely frustrating,” Gazarov told The Post. “I worked hard to get good credit to look good to lenders and this happens.”