Equifax, one of America's largest credit reporting agencies was recently hacked and 143 million Americans' personal information was accessed. Credit card numbers, social security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and possibly driver's license numbers were all illegally obtained by hackers. The unauthorized access began in mid-May and continued through July 2017, the information was stored data at Equifax. Equifax stopped the intrusion on July 29, 2017 and has been conducting a thorough investigation ever since.
To find out if you were compromised:
1. visit www.equifax.com
2. click the button that says "Click Here to Enter www.equifaxsecurity 2017.com"
3. Click the button "Potential Impact" then enter your last name & last six digits of your social security number and click "Continue"
After submitting your information you will receive a message indicating if your information has been impacted or not. If in fact it has, you will be prompted to sign up for a free credit monitoring and identity theft protection called TrustedID Premier.
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