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How to use credit freezes, alerts after Equifax hack

How to use credit freezes, alerts after Equifax hack Equifax's data breach infuriates consumers, driving complaints about costs of credit freezes and other issues Check out this story on Freep.com: http://on.freep.com/2w8iCXC Embed Share Equifax's massive ... read more

Credit freeze, fraud alerts offer some protection from identity theft after Equifax hack

Last week, Equifax ... using stolen information to steal your identity: Freeze your credit: This will make it difficult for thieves to open accounts in your name, but it will also slow you down if you need a mortgage or other loan or credit card. Fraud ... read more

After the Equifax hack, should you freeze your credit?

Related Articles Getting up to speed on the Equifax data breach scandal Symantec’s LifeLock may be a winner after Equifax hack ... use it at any time — and with 143 million to choose from, they may be patient. — Consider freezing your credit reports. read more

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How to protect your information after the Equifax hack

PHOENIX - As the magnitude of the Equifax hack sinks ... banking security alerts. Most have come up with new layers of security, for example, you can get an alert when a check over a thousand dollars cashes. - Consider a credit freeze. read more

Is Your Best Response to Equifax a Credit Freeze or a Fraud Alert?

An initial fraud alert ... credit report. States cap how much credit bureaus can charge for this service, but the fees range from free to $11 per transaction at each bureau. (Equifax is waiving its own fees to freeze and unfreeze reports in the wake of the ... read more

Susan Tompor: How to use credit freezes, alerts after Equifax hack

Equifax's massive data breach — and its massive bungling when it comes to dealing with U.S. consumers left in the aftermath — has plenty of people just shaking their heads. Find out if you're possibly at risk by handing over the last six digits of ... read more

After the Equifax hack, should you freeze your credit?

The Associated Press reports that Equifax has been the focus of anger and distrust, not only for the breach but over how it initially was handled. The huge hack ... freezing or unfreezing your credit. Fees are generally $5 or $10 per credit bureau. Fraud ... read more

How to use credit freezes, fraud alerts after Equifax hack

How to use credit freezes, fraud alerts after Equifax hack Equifax's data breach infuriates consumers, driving complaints about costs of credit freezes and other issues Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/2x0hyCd read more

How to use credit freezes, alerts after Equifax

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