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StockX, the e-commerce site known for selling clothes and sneakers confirmed that it experience a massive data breach, in total 6.8 million customers were impacted. Yahoo Finance's Reggie Wade joins YFi AM to discuss.
Remember the $125 you may get from Equifax following its settlement worth up to $700 million? The FTC is now advising people to choose the free credit monitoring instead because too many people wanted cash, meaning the payout will be nowhere near $125. Yahoo Finance's Zack Guzman and Kristin Myers and Harness Wealth's David Snider talking about the 2017 Equifax breach that left 147 million people compromised.
The Federal Trade Commission says the victims of Equifax's 2017 data breach likely won't be getting the $125 originally promised from the settlement. Yahoo Finance's Sibile Marcellus explains why the victims could be expecting much less.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez encouraged her followers to get their Equifax settlement check of $125, later updating her advice to choose the option of 10 years of free credit monitoring. Yahoo Finance's Zack Guzman and Brian Cheung are joined by Leigh Drogen, Estimize CEO, to discuss.
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The $700 million settlement they’re owed comes with some strings attached, a settlement administrator said this month. The settlement, unveiled in July, offers the 147 million consumers affected by the massive 2017 breach a choice between 10 years of free credit monitoring or $125 in cash.
Now, one of the startups that's building tools to help consumers better cope with that is announcing a round of funding and plans for an IPO -- signs of the demand for its services, and its success to date. Credit Sesame -- which lets consumers check their credit scores and evaluate options to rebalance existing debts and loans to improve that score and thus their overall "financial health," in the words of CEO and founder Adrian Nazari -- has raised $43 million. With the company already profitable and growing revenues 90% each year for the last five, Nazari said that this round is likely to be the last round the company raises before it goes public.
Monitoring your credit is important, but when you want to recruit a service to help, do you know which one to choose? Find out which credit monitoring services are the best in the industry in 2019.
Data breaches through hacking attacks are distressingly common these days, and personal details about you can lead to identity theft, such as credit cards and loans in your name.
The Federal Trade Commission announced Wednesday that, due to an overwhelming response, cash payments aren’t going to be anywhere near $125 each, and urged consumers to sign up for the free credit monitoring offered as an alternative.
Some students have paid interior designers $2,000 to create dorm rooms with color-coordinated rugs and ottomans. The IRS has nixed a state-led plan to provide a ‘work around’ for SALT deduction limits. After Equifax settlement, should you opt for free credit monitoring or $125?
Millions of people have been signing up to receive what they think is a $125cash reimbursement from Equifax for its criminal mishandling and exposure oftheir personal and financial data
The Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday cautioned consumers about websites masquerading as an official Equifax website. The FTC and Equifax unveiled a $700 million settlement last week for the company’s 2017 data breach accessing personal information of 147 million consumers. It said it would notify customers affected by the hack through a “variety of channels” and offered free credit monitoring for two years.
This time it's the financial giant and credit card issuer Capital One, which revealed on Monday a credit file breach affecting 100 million Americans and 6 million Canadians. Consumers and small businesses affected are those who obtained one of the company's credit cards dating back to 2005. Seattle resident and software developer Paige A. Thompson, 33, was arrested and detained pending trial.
The Federal Trade Commission earlier this week announced Equifax Inc. (NYSE: EFX) has been ordered to pay at least $575 million to those impacted by the data breach. The FTC claims Equifax failed to properly protect the stored data of about 147 million people, and now they have to pay up. The FTC claims the exposed data included names, birth dates, social security numbers, addresses and other sensitive information.
Here are must-read MarketWatch articles on investing and personal finance from the past week. As part of a $700 million settlement with regulators, Equifax has already paid $300 million into a fund that will help people who suffered harm after the credit rating agency’s epic data breach. Rex Nutting says a better measure shows the economy actually had its best growth in a year.
Equifax Inc. shares ticked higher in the extended session Wednesday after the credit-monitoring company reported earnings and its outlook following its recently announced settlement. Equifax shares rose 0.3% after hours, following a 1.3% rise in the regular session to close at $142.25. The company reported second-quarter net income of $66.8 million, or 55 cents a share, compared with $144.8 million, or $1.19 a share, in the year-ago period. Adjusted earnings were $1.40 a share. Operating revenue rose to $880 million from $876.9 million in the year-ago quarter. Analysts surveyed by FactSet had forecast earnings of $1.36 a share on revenue of $8.73 million. Equifax expects earnings of $1.41 to $1.46 a share on revenue of $865 million to $880 million for the third quarter, and $5.57 to $5.77 a share on revenue of $3.43 billion to $3.53 billion for the year. Analysts expect $1.51 a share on revenue of $866.9 million for the third quarter, and $5.64 a share on revenue of $3.47 billion for the year. On Monday, Equifax agreed to pay up to $700 million in a federal settlement over its 2017 data breach.
"On Monday night, we discovered that some user credentials were stored in a readable format within our internal systems," said the email seen by Reuters. Robinhood, based in Menlo Park, California, said it found no evidence that the information was improperly accessed. Lawmakers have been calling for stricter legislation to protect sensitive consumer data following high profile breaches at companies including Equifax Inc and American Express Co .