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RE: Equifax says breach exposed Social Security numbers, data from 143M Americans
**** it, time to sign up for a class action lawsuit
09-12-2017 08:44 AM
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RE: Equifax says breach exposed Social Security numbers, data from 143M Americans
Shorted them the day after the first article hit. #snicker...
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RE: Equifax says breach exposed Social Security numbers, data from 143M Americans
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RE: Equifax says breach exposed Social Security numbers, data from 143M Americans
(09-12-2017 06:00 PM)georgia_tech_swagger Wrote:  [Image: 21432840_10155180423558752_3194792541671...e=5A5D8925]

Yeah...like accounting, medicine, and law, I feel like that is the kind of position where your education should matter.
09-12-2017 07:22 PM
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RE: Equifax says breach exposed Social Security numbers, data from 143M Americans
(09-12-2017 07:22 PM)Niner National Wrote:  
(09-12-2017 06:00 PM)georgia_tech_swagger Wrote:  [Image: 21432840_10155180423558752_3194792541671...e=5A5D8925]

Yeah...like accounting, medicine, and law, I feel like that is the kind of position where your education should matter.

......lol......and what metric/hiring would solve that one.....lol.....


the world has passed people by and all the sudden, "OH FUYCKING SHYITE"

wtfe.....

where the fuycke were people heads up their arse 50 yrs. ago.....

oh yeah.....it was some other 'movement'......

the dark web and encryption tech is just waiting to fuckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk.............

,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,anyone in that playground up the arse......

yaz don't know it yet.....

....been trying point thingys out.....

I'm just the village idiot user.................
09-12-2017 07:42 PM
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Equifax says breach exposed Social Security numbers, data from 143M Americans
(09-08-2017 02:24 PM)HeartOfDixie Wrote:  
(09-08-2017 02:22 PM)UTSAMarineVet09 Wrote:  
(09-08-2017 02:11 PM)VA49er Wrote:  Sneaky ba$tards.....

Equifax hack victims could be disqualifying themselves from class-action claims

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Quote:As Equifax consumers attempt to check whether they are among the 143 million individuals whose information has been compromised in a massive cyber-attack, the consumer credit reporting agency has included a clause on its TrustedID portal that could disqualify victims from joining a class-action suit.

In response to the hack, Equifax has established a website allowing individuals to check whether their personal information has been impacted. However, by using the portal and joining TrustedID, it appears from the terms of service that people are implicitly agreeing to a clause that bars them from taking part in any class action against the company: “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.” The caveat was first reported by TechCrunch Opens a New Window. .

On Friday, Equifax updated its terms of service allowing consumers to opt out of this arbitration clause, but that requires them to “notify Equifax in writing within 30 days of the date that you first accept this agreement on the site,” according to The Washington Post.

well ****! You would think working at a law firm, I would read the fine print... but nooooo!

The database search didn't impact anything.


How do you go about finding out?

Head to their website?


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09-13-2017 01:48 PM
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RE: Equifax says breach exposed Social Security numbers, data from 143M Americans
(09-12-2017 06:00 PM)georgia_tech_swagger Wrote:  [Image: 21432840_10155180423558752_3194792541671...e=5A5D8925]

I went to look at her experience, to play devils advocate with you but there is *NOTHING* there

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