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Leave it to Equifax to find another way to hoodwink consumers. But it did. And this time the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and other federal regulators and state attorney generals abetted through a flawed settlement.
Americans impacted by Equifax's data breach are now eligible to file a claim and receive compensation of up to $20,000
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You may be in for a nasty surprise if you have your sights set on the new iPhone. And you should blame Equifax for the headache.
Warren Buffett should let his employees put their money where his mouth is.