Unless a person has been living under a rock up until recently, they should have heard the important news regarding the security breach that happened at one of the three major credit monitors, Equifax. The short version of the story is that hackers made it into their database and took off with nearly 143 million peoples financial data. For those who do not understand the magnitude of this breach, that translates into roughly half of the US population. There is a silver lining to all this and that is that people can still do things to safeguard their private financial information. The following are some methods and their Facebook.
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This is a result of a bill known as the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act that was passed by Congress in 2005. The aim of the bill is to make it impossible for people to file bankruptcy under Chapter 7 rules. So far, the company has managed to help nearly 100,000 customers save nearly $1 billion and contact their.