By Patric Hedlund, TME
A consensus is growing this week that almost everyone holding credit cards in the United States has been exposed to massive identity theft and cyberfraud because of carelessness by one of the three largest credit reporting agencies in the world. This event is likely to plague consumers for decades.
Equifax CEO Richard Smith, based in Atlanta, revealed late Thursday, Sept. 7 that on July 29 the company learned…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Late on September 7—over three months after 143 million U.S. consumers’ personal information was hacked—Equifax CEO Rick Smith finally announced the breach of the company’s website.
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