Equifax Breach Consumer Alert

Equifax Breach – Attorney General Bill Schuette wants Michigan consumers to know how to protect themselves from becoming victims of identity theft after the Equifax breach.

With more than 4.3 million Michigan residents’ personal information at risk, it is important to know what steps you can take.

This Alert informs Michigan residents of identity theft prevention steps they can take and explains security freezes, fraud alerts, and credit monitoring.

Equifax Breach Consumer Alert

BILL SCHUETTE
ATTORNEY GENERAL
STATE OF MICHIGAN

It has been pointed out by several readers that the press release, which directly seem to reflect many of Equifax’s own public statements, doesn’t not include cautions about consumer complaints that Equifax may charge additional fees after the “free period,”  nor does the press release include cautions about concerns by consumers that auto-renew for a fee by Equifax appears to happen unless a consumer explicitly figures out how to not auto-renew.

Read additional press release on this topic:

Schuette, Other State AGs Open Investigation, Issue Scathing Letter, New Consumer Alert Following Equifax Security Breach


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