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Not happy with the 3 cents or whatnot you'll be getting as part of the Equifax settlement? There's a bot for that...

Equifax hack settlement objection deadline looms Nov. 19, but this bot will help you file

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Starting October 31, credit reporting agencies – Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion – must provide free credit monitoring services to active duty service members serving away from their usual duty station, and the National Guard. Find out more.

Equifax Inc. Declares Quarterly Dividend of $0.39 $EFX

Here's how consumers can get the most out of Equifax's Core Credit and how this product compares with others like it.

Here's how consumers can get the most out of Equifax's Core Credit and how this product compares with others like it.

Here's how consumers can get the most out of Equifax's Core Credit and how this product compares with others like it.

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Equifax is paying only about $4.75 per person it exposed to hackers and scammers. That’s the equivalent of an order of Chicken McNuggets. More on Equifax's settlement from columnist @Davidlaz :

The @Equifax  breach is Exhibit A for why we must stop @GOP  from reversing the @CFPB 's rule protecting your right to join class actions.

Equifax: you missed a cc payment 3 yrs ago. How irresponsible. Good luck buying a home Also, Equifax: Your SSN's were hacked. Shit happens

Equifax proves why we must protect your right to join class actions.

Earlier today I introduced a bill to hold big companies like Equifax accountable to consumers. Then millionaire lobbyist Tom Donohue who runs the called me an extremist.

Someone dressed like the Monopoly guy is photobombing the Senate's Equifax hearing

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Equifax put approximately 145 million U.S. consumers’ personal data at risk when they were hacked. The Trump Administration is now stalling an investigation into what happened.

BREAKING: Credit monitoring company Equifax says breach exposed social security numbers and other data from 143 million Americans.

That's right: @Equifax  fails to protect your data and then they demand you give up legal rights if you want to limit the damage they caused.

What has transpired with @Equifax  over the past several months is one of the most egregious examples of corporate malfeasance since Enron.

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