Congress set to approve free credit freezes

March 08, 2018

Congress is on track to provide a major protection for consumers in response to the massive data breach last year at Atlanta-based credit reporting agency Equifax, the Wall Street Journal reports. There is bipartisan agreement in the U.S. Senate to provide free credit freezes to consumers, part of a ...



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