Equifax data breach: I tried to freeze my credit. There were problems.

 In response to public outrage over its ongoing bungled response, Equifax stated on Twitter that it will waive credit freeze fees for 30 days. With so much personal data running around out there in the wild, credit freezes are one of the only things that those affected by the Equifax breach can do to protect themselves. Equifax’s existing offer of free credit monitoring for one year is… Read More

Equifax data breach: I tried to freeze my credit. There were problems.

We were told this is how to protect ourselves from identity thieves. Too bad we can't        

Wed 13 Sep 17 from USA today

Equifax waives credit freeze fees after facing backlash

Equifax has learned the hard way that people that people don't appreciate having to pay $10 for protection when it's not their fault their personal details were compromised. ...

Wed 13 Sep 17 from Engadget

Equifax says that it will waive credit freeze fees for 30 days

 In response to public outrage over its ongoing bungled response, Equifax stated on Twitter that it will waive credit freeze fees for 30 days. With so much personal data running around ...

Tue 12 Sep 17 from TechCrunch

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