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Equifax Breech & Automatic Fraud Alerts

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Since the Equifax breech, I found out that I was a victim, and every since then I've been getting automatic fraud alerts and extended fraud alerts on my transunion, experian and equifax reports, is any experiencing the same thing? Also when I try to call into Equifax customer service number form my cell phone, the number is busy, but when I use any other phone to call them with, it goes through, anyone else experiencing this?

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The Equifax breach is a huge free advertisement for credit monitoring services for Transunion and Experian. So they naturally send 'fraud' alerts to you. You go to their site and they try to sell you their version of Equifax's TrustedID service. Equifax's loss is their gain.

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