Senate banking bill would make credit freezes free

March 09, 2018

At least one positive thing could come from the last year's massive Equifax data breach: The fees that consumers shell out to protect their credit reports could be going by the wayside. A provision included in a Senate bill that's headed for likely passage in the next few days would require credit-reporting ...



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