- 1.(5 days ago)Equifax is offering Freebies after their system breach potentially exposed 143 million US consumers SSN, address, cc info etc. Equifax clarified that consumers can receive the free credit...
- 2.(6 days ago)Equifax was hacked and is offering an one year free of their TrustedID Premier credit monitoring service, even for people who were not affected by the hack.
To enroll in complimentary identity theft protection and credit file monitoring
Link to Free Offer
Extra - enter your info here to see if your account was effected by the hack
- 3.(7 days ago)If you are one of those 143 million people, whose personal info was stolen from Equifax, this might be useful for you. TransUnion is offering free credit report freeze (TransUnion report) along...
- 4.(7 days ago)*Signing up for one monitoring service isn't enough. You need to monitor all three credit agencies* (Equifax, Experian, TransUnion), because many companies will issue credit based on checking just...
- 5.(1 week ago)Equifax is waiving credit freeze fees (usually $10+) done by October 11th. Note that to unfreeze after this point, you will likely have to pay the fee. ...$10
- 6.(1 week ago)If you were affected, a free chat bot will now generate the needed claim forms to sue Equifax for up to $25,000 in small claims court for the recent data breach: ...$25000
- 7.(2 weeks ago)If you have been following the news, you know that a serious data breach occurred at Equifax, one of the most popular credit report agencies that stores credit data about most Americans. Basically, this means your credit report, credit card numbers, social security number, birth day, addresses, and in some cases, driver's license number may be in the hands of hackers.
They estimate about 143 million Americans had their personal information stolen. That is almost 50% of all adults in the US. To check if your personal information may have been stolen, click here That site was set up special for this incident, and the front page of Equifax.com links to it.
They will give 1-year of free credit monitoring to those affected, but you need to go through a process to get it: Look up whether your personal information may have been compromised. If so, come back in a week to sign up. This is not a hot deal. This is not even an adequate response to such a major security breach of credit data. We will take the 1 year of free credit monitoring, but we fear all consumers to be effected by this for years to come.
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- 11.(2 weeks ago)I know this isn't a hot or slick deal . But just for everyone's information Giant Equifax data breach: 143 million people could be affected - CNN Money https://apple.news/A8OfyOEAySSegEtbILPZRzg...