Equifax to Pay Around $700 Million to Resolve Data-Breach Probes

AnnaMaria Andriotis reports:

Equifax is nearing a deal to settle a slew of state and federal investigations into a 2017 data breach that exposed nearly 150 million Americans’ Social Security numbers and other sensitive personal information.

Under the agreement, the credit-reporting firm would pay around $700 million to settle with the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and most state attorneys general, according to people familiar with the matter. The deal would also resolve a nationwide consumer class-action lawsuit, they said.

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  1. Teresa Barker - July 29, 2019

    I recieved legal notice in the mail I have know idea why please explain

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