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(CNBC)   Equifax rummages through their couch cushions and finds 2.4 million more people affected by their massive breach   ( cnbc.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Social Security numbers, Identity theft, data breach, newly impacted consumers, newly disclosed consumers, largest data breach, partial driver, theft protection services  
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2018-03-01 02:56:20 PM  
They should be put on a long hiatus as there is no way they could be deemed to possess reliably accurate information at this point.

I think they are my best score, so thanks for the help, Dark Web!
 
2018-03-01 04:33:45 PM  
Equifax: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
Youtube mPjgRKW_Jmk
 
2018-03-01 05:25:57 PM  
Someone tried to scam me through my current phone number and my married name from 10 years ago. I have freezes on all my reports now but I feel like I'm just waiting to find out I have a new mortgage in Butte, MT.
 
2018-03-01 05:26:02 PM  
"But Elizabeth Warren was really mean to them - so really, they've been punished enough for potentially screwing with millions of Americans' lives through their stupidity and carelessness"

 - Mick Mulvaney
 
2018-03-01 05:39:10 PM  
They are apparently accountable to no one.
Their actual customers are not going to punish them, and their victims (the public) never opted-in to their services in the first place and can't opt-out, unless they want to never own a home or car, use a credit card, or ever get another job or rent an apartment again.
 
2018-03-01 05:44:27 PM  
Egregiously
Qualitatively
Unforgiveable
Incompetence:
Financial
Anal-rape
Xtreme!

sirrerun: They are apparently accountable to no one.
Their actual customers are not going to punish them, and their victims (the public) never opted-in to their services in the first place and can't opt-out, unless they want to never own a home or car, use a credit card, or ever get another job or rent an apartment again.

That's pretty much the description of the Mark of the Beast in Revelation. Hmmmm...
 
2018-03-01 06:12:42 PM  
We need to invent corporate capital punishment for this company.  Fire everybody, seize all their assets, delete all the information they've amassed on their targets (i.e. us), cancel all their outstanding debt (i.e. creditors get zero), and all shares value is reduced to zero.

It won't happen of course because corporate lives matter.  But it would be nice.
 
2018-03-02 04:55:41 AM  
they should all be tarred and feathered down to the very last man
 
2018-03-03 04:52:40 AM  
Is there anyone left that hasn't been part of the breach?

I am seriously waiting to find out all Americans info was breached at this point.

Then what?
 
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