Get Your $125 From the Equifax Data Breach Settlement

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In September of 2017, Equifax announced it experienced a data breach, which impacted the personal information of approximately 147 million people. It's been referred to as one of the "biggest data breaches in history."

A federal court is considering a proposed class action settlement submitted on July 22, 2019, that, if approved by the Court, would resolve lawsuits brought by consumers after the data breach.

If you were affected by the leak, you can either collect 10 years of free credit monitoring or $125 if you already have credit monitoring. If you had any expenses due to the breach, from anything like your accounts were frozen or attorney feeds, you're also eligible for that. Victims can claim $25 per hour that they spent dealing with the issue (up to 20 hours) and up to $20,000 in other fees with proper documentation.

Check Your Eligibility

Go to this link here:

Put in your last name and the last 6 numbers of your social security number. The results will tell you if you are eligible.

If You're Eligible

Go to this link here: File A Claim

Fill out the information and claim your $125! You can get it in a check (which you have to cash in 90 days) or a prepaid card that never expires.


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