I think they changed that, when I went over there, it said the reverse of what CBS said. I guess people were pretty pissed.ToniCipriani wrote: ↑Sep 8th, 2017 10:54 amEquifax is way ahead of you on that. They swept in a clause saying if you accept the TrustedID service, you waive the right to sue or participate in a class action.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/equifax-br ... it-waiver/
Doesn't apply to Canada yet (service doesn't work, they are "reviewing with regulators" , but you bet they will do the same thing.
Anyway, did the SIN thing, told me to come back after 14th for enrolment.