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Last Edited by GoodDay October 2, 2015 at 06:38 AM
Experian is providing 2 free years of ProtectMyID Elite membership due to the T-Mobile data breach.
  1. Click on the link below & check the box that says "I certify that I have applied for a T-Mobile US service between November 2013 and September 16, 2015." to get started.
  2. Enter your name and email address & verify some info.
  3. Click submit
  4. Watch for a confirmation email (got it instantly).
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Last Edited by random2 October 11, 2015 at 01:35 PM
This is for T-Mobile customers whose data was breached.. No cheating !

It'll be funny if people commit fraud by certifying they applied for this and then provide exact name, address, SSN, etc. that can easily be cross-referenced with the data on the breached Experian server.

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I already had this account from the last another databreach campaign, How to extend it for 2 more years with this? BTW, I am current TMobile servent...
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of course I am a t-mobile customer....
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T-Mobile had a data breach? OMG
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Quote from rsveteran View Post :
T-Mobile had a data breach? OMG

No, Experian did. They check credit scores/reports on behalf of T-mobile and they apparently stored all this information for people who had a credit check for T-mobile postpaid services. Those records with Experian got leaked. Since they were responsible for the leak, they're providing the coverage on behalf of T-mobile.
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Thanks.. I needed this as my credit monitor from the Home Depot breach expired, or was it Target, or Sony or.. ___ fill in blank.

Thanks OP.
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Oops, someone posted this right as I was typing. Repost.

It appears there was a data breach of 15 million T-Mo customers. Experian is to blame for this data breach so they will provide 2 years of credit monitoring by Experian LMAO

"T-Mobile says as many as 15 million people may have been affected by the data breach, an attack that didn't compromise T-Mobile's own systems but rather those of its credit partner — the data vendor and credit bureau Experian."

http://www.t-mobile.com/landing/e...HC35JV3079
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They're on it... Experian will notify you by NOVEMBER 30, 2015 if you were affected.

They're taking this "seriously." No hurry, Experian... take your time.
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Last edited by g_good October 2, 2015 at 07:12 PM
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Quote from okinawanmatt View Post :
No, Experian did. They check credit scores/reports on behalf of T-mobile and they apparently stored all this information for people who had a credit check for T-mobile postpaid services. Those records with Experian got leaked. Since they were responsible for the leak, they're providing the coverage on behalf of T-mobile.
ah i see. so, a t-mobile prepaid customer like myself should be in the clear?
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2 Free Years of Elite Credit Monitoring from Protectmyid.com which is part of the company responsible for the breach *facepalm*.
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Tmobile has around 60 million customers so there is about a 25% chance your info was compromised if you are one of their customers.
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Sorry, don't mean to be a jerk, but it is like saying : "sorry we compromised your data, give us your data and we will protect for two years for free".
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well that was quick...lol
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