The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia dismissed a putative class action, with prejudice, against First Advantage Background Services Corp. where the company allegedly violated the FCRA.  Among other things, the plaintiffs claimed that FADV was acting as both a CRA and a user when the company allegedly sent a score to the employer along with the job applicant’s consumer report.   As noted in a Law 360 blog by Troutman Sanders, “the Frazier decision provides compelling grounds to argue against a plaintiff’s attempt to blur the lines between consumer reporting agencies and users under the FCRA [and it] serves as an additional authority for defendants to challenge plaintiffs’ standing to bring hypertechnical claims.”