Equifax data breach: Are free credit freezes coming?

March 09, 2018

If the Senate approves it next week, a banking bill will include a provision for credit-reporting bureaus to allow consumers to freeze their credit for free. The legislation, as reported by the Wall Street Journal, has bipartisan support and would be the first real national response to the massive hack.



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