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EQUIFAX Data Breach

Dear Campus Community, As I am sure you are aware, data breaches are becoming common news.  From research I’ve done into the recent data breach at EQUIFAX, a consumer credit reporting agency, is likely to become the most damaging breach ever.  The fact is that 143 Million Americans (or two-thirds of the entire US adult population had personal data hacked). Reports are that thieves made off with names, Social Security Numbers, multiple residential addresses, salary and banking information, various account numbers, credit history, and more.  Some identity theft experts are projecting that the negative impact will be lingering for decades. PLEASE NOTE:  The following is provided for informational purposes only and not intended as a recommendation or endorsement.  You may wish to seek advice from a qualified financial consultant if you have concerns about your credit rating. One of the first steps you can take is to visit Equifax’s website to see if your data was potentially exposed: https://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com/ Click on the “Potential Impact” link/tab and enter your last name and the last six digits of your Social Security number. The site will tell you if you have been affected by the Equifax breach.

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