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[Equifax] FREE Equifax one year TrustedID Premier service (US Citizens)

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FREE Equifax one year TrustedID Premier service (US Citizens)

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November 21, 2017
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Equifax
With the security breach at Equifax, they're offering one year TrustedID Premier service for no charge.

Step 1: Follow the link and check if you were affected.
Step 2: Once you've identified that, you may choose to apply for their one year free of charge coverage.

Once applied, you'll receive a date by which you can enroll and activate your account.

Good luck! Stay safe!
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WARNING: If you sign up for this, you risk giving up your legal rights: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the ... b3a222b0b1

"AGREEMENT TO RESOLVE ALL DISPUTES BY BINDING INDIVIDUAL ARBITRATION. PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE SECTION CAREFULLY BECAUSE IT AFFECTS YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS BY REQUIRING ARBITRATION OF DISPUTES (EXCEPT AS SET FORTH BELOW) AND A WAIVER OF THE ABILITY TO BRING OR PARTICIPATE IN A CLASS ACTION, CLASS ARBITRATION, OR OTHER REPRESENTATIVE ACTION. ARBITRATION PROVIDES A QUICK AND COST EFFECTIVE MECHANISM FOR RESOLVING DISPUTES, BUT YOU SHOULD BE AWARE THAT IT ALSO LIMITS YOUR RIGHTS TO DISCOVERY AND APPEAL."

Arbitration almost never goes the way of the injured party.
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You wanna waive your right for compensation and eligibility in class action suits? Do a research before recommending shady company with shady response to result of their own fault.

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Last edited by 42energy on Sep 8th, 2017 12:29 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Insiders sold shares before the announcement. :(
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It looks like it's only for US residents
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42energy wrote:
Sep 8th, 2017 12:29 pm
You wanna waive your right for compensation and eligibility in class action suits? Do a research before recommending shady company with shady response to result of their own fault.
please explain?
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http://money.cnn.com/2017/09/08/technol ... index.html

tl;dr
strings attached...
  1. Equifax is not offering the credit monitoring service until next week at the earliest. Monday is the first day you can sign up.
  2. You are giving up some of your rights to sue.
  3. Equifax isn't promising help fixing your credit
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alanbrenton wrote:
Sep 8th, 2017 12:30 pm
Insiders sold shares before the announcement. :(
How is that not an automatic admission of fault?
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This US side of Equifax, won't really work for us here in Canada since we don't have a Social Security Number.
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CaptainCrash wrote:
Sep 8th, 2017 12:35 pm
please explain?
Part of taking this offer is also agreeing to binding arbitration - equifax had a data breach with over 100 million americans details (including ssn). Not sure about canadians but its basically the biggest data privacy mess up in history, and they're giving you 1 year of free "service" before charging you annually for the inconvenience (while protecting their legal interests).
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HernanDavid wrote:
Sep 8th, 2017 12:34 pm
It looks like it's only for US residents
Canadians among 143 million people affected in Equifax hack
Credit card numbers for about 209,000 consumers were also accessed in the breach, the company said. Equifax shares dropped more than 8 per cent in after-hours trading.

According to Bloomberg, three Equifax executives, including the chief financial officer John Gamble, sold shares a few days before the hack was announced.
Equifax Canada spokesperson Tom Carroll said the company is not providing any further information on the impact of the hack in Canada. Carroll said updates on the breach will be posted on www.equifaxsecurity2017.com.

The website allows users verify if their information was potentially affected, and how to sign up for the free credit-file monitoring and identify-theft protection offered by Equifax in light of the breach.
“There are some things money can’t buy, and for everything else there’s MasterCard. Well, get out your checkbooks ladies and gentlemen, because it seems like the entire liberal cabinet can be bought. TRUDEAU: I CAN’T BE BOUGHT...LMAO. Because its 2017
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Idlehands wrote:
Sep 8th, 2017 12:36 pm
How is that not an automatic admission of fault?
sorry, can you expound on your question further as it has no bearing with my post? It's just pure unethical to sell before the news.

ethics and fault aren't mutually inclusive or exclusive.
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vkizzle wrote:
Sep 8th, 2017 12:35 pm
Why you double post?
one for north one for south of the 49th parallel.
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For once they are getting hammered. I have minor error I was unable to correct after repeated attempts. There are much more serious problems other people are having and duopoly don't care. Each individual is tiny fraction of pool in the money they are making.

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I was reading on the Equifax page that other countries (Like Canada) will have more details in the days / weeks to come.
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