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If you were affected, a free chat bot will now generate the needed claim forms to sue Equifax for up to $25,000 in small claims court for the recent data breach:

https://www.theverge.com/2017/9/1...ity-breach
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You better be able to prove damages and good luck getting paid.
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You need to have actual damages to sue...
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**Opens credit card in my name, spends $25k on TVs, drones and car parts** Calls up Equifax in my best Shaggy voice: "It wasn't me!"
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Looks like only NY and CA is up right now? So how does this work? File, get a court date?
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Bunch of purchases where made u der one of my CC like a month ago.... now I wonder if it was because of this breach...
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**Opens credit card in my name, spends $25k on TVs, drones and car parts** Calls up Equifax in my best Shaggy voice: "It wasn't me!"
Between this and the two hurricanes, the scum scammers of the world are going to make so much money. Like millionaires will be created. This is going to be one big cluster fuk
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I would consult an attorney before doing this. Different states have very different laws regarding smalls claims. At the end of the day, if you can't prove damages, forget getting any $$ in small claims court
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Between this and the two hurricanes, the scum scammers of the world are going to make so much money. Like millionaires will be created. This is going to be one big cluster fuk
Yep! Katrina fraud was over $2 billion, Harvey and Irma will be 5x times that! Name one billionaire in the world where every single dollar they made was honest.....This country is already a clusterfuk....time to fuk back!
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I'm sure somewhere, in the fine print of some contract I gave permission to Equifax to own all my information, and control my credit, and decide how much I pay in interest, but I'm not sure where. So they get to control my pocket without my direct consent, and then they give out all of my information. What a great business, unlimited customers, no overhead, and no liability.
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