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September 12, 2017

Equifax Data Breach

The Equifax Data Breach:  What to do

  • 143 million Americans had their Social Security Number, birth date, address, and driver’s license number stolen from Equifax.  This information can be used to open a new line of credit using your identity.
  • Equifax and the other credit bureaus provide your personal data to your lender when you apply for a loan.  Your lender may also provide data about your payment activities to the credit bureaus, but they already have your identify info.
  • 209,000 credit card numbers were stolen as well, but that doesn’t put your identity at risk.
  • You can check if you’re affected at, this site is okay and safe to visit.  But watch out for fakes that scammers may send you.
  • Equifax is promoting their own credit monitoring service, TrustedID, free for one year but may require payment after that.  You must waive your right to class-action or personal lawsuits against Equifax to use this service.  LifeLock is a more well-known option for monitoring new credit applications under your identity, but it costs money.
  • I recommend a credit freeze.  It’s more effective because it blocks all new credit applications under your identity, until you “unfreeze”.