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Capital One Data Breach
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Capital One Data Breach - What To Do If You're Impacted

Capital One, Who's in Your Wallet? Announced Monday, July 29, 2019, a Capital One Data Breach puts 106 million consumers at risk. The credit card company released a statement citing “unauthorized access by an outside individual” that occurred…
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How to File an Equifax Claim for Data Breach Settlement

People can now begin to file an Equifax claim for the recent data breach settlement. In 2017, Equifax, one of the three largest credit reporting agencies in the world, announced that it had suffered a data breach. More than 148 million consumers’…
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What Does the Facebook Settlement Mean for Consumers

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced July 24, 2019, that they have reached a settlement with Facebook, Inc. The social media giant received the largest fine in history for violating consumer privacy and were ordered to pay $5 billion…
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Social Security Scam: Your SSN Has Been Suspended

A new report from the Federal Trade Commission found that tax return fraud actually declined recently, and Social Security scams stepped in to take their place. These scams can manifest in a few different ways, but all of them are intended to…

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