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Filing a claim or amending one To confirm you're eligible to file a claim, enter your last name and the last six digits of your Social Security number at www.equifaxbreachsettlement.com or call the Settlement Administrator at 1-833-759-2982. You can file online or by mail.
In July, credit bureau Equifax agreed to pay nearly $700 million over its massive 2017 data breach. Under the terms of the settlement, affected consumers could potentially get up to $20,000 in reimbursement.
The credit-reporting company has agreed to pay between $575 million and $700 million to settle state and federal investigations related to a massive security incident that exposed the personal information of more than 147 million Americans two years ago.
Despite the FTC pushing people away from an Equifax cash payout, there's a good chance you'll get all $125. Eventually. Last week, Equifax agreed to a $575 millionup to $700 millionsettlement over its major 2017 data breach.
The earliest you can expect to receive benefits, the FTC said, is the day after the submission deadline: Jan. 23, 2020. If you did rush to submit your claim, the FTC said you can revise your request if you filed for the $125, especially in light of the FTC's recommendations about which benefits to request.
Last July the Federal Trade Commission opened a claim process to distribute as much as $425 million to compensate the millions of victims of the Equifax data breach as part of the company's $700 million settlement with the commission, which was finalized this week in U.S District Court in Georgia.
Last week, Equifax agreed to a $575 millionup to $700 millionsettlement over its major 2017 data breach. It entitles affected consumers to free credit-monitoring offerings or an $125 payout, plus the potential for more cash back if you can document losses as a result of the incident.
In July, credit bureau Equifax agreed to pay nearly $700 million over its massive 2017 data breach. Under the terms of the settlement, affected consumers could potentially get up to $20,000 in reimbursement.
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