Tagged With Equifax

A Tesla solar panel customer accused the company of a 'bait and switch' tactic that hurt his credit score with a loan he never applied for


These are the Australian suburbs under the most mortgage stress — and nearly all of them have one thing in common


Innovation Inc: Equifax's transition to Google Cloud



How to check and fix your credit if you've seen it drop since federal student loans went into forbearance


The 3 major credit bureaus will now let Americans check their credit report for free every week for the next year


The Equifax hack proved China is trying to steal your stuff — and America's political dysfunction is letting them take it



US says China's military was behind 2017 Equifax hack that left personal information of 145 million Americans exposed


Hackers have become so sophisticated that nearly 4 billion records have been stolen from people in the last decade alone. Here are the 10 biggest data breaches of the 2010s.


If Equifax owes you $125, you're going to need to answer this email first


How to read a credit report to find out if you're in good standing


Equifax is giving up to $125 to 147 million Americans — here's how to claim your money


Equifax agrees to pay up to $700 million to settle a probe into its massive data breach



Wall Street and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are on the same side for once — they're piling scepticism onto the credit-ratings firm Equifax


An industry lawyer who's represented Facebook and payday lenders will lead key consumer protection unit, despite Democratic outrage


How socially responsible investing can help you avoid catastrophic drops within your portfolio


A former Equifax executive has been charged with insider trading for selling shares before the company's massive data breach was announced



Tax scams are on the rise --  here's which states are most and least at risk for identity theft


Thieves are using regular people's names and identities to swindle the US government in a new scam that puts anyone at risk


Equifax says its executives didn't engage in insider trading


Congress just killed a rule that would have made it easier for consumers to sue banks --  here's why people are so upset