The Senate will vote to make credit freezes free for everyone

March 13, 2018

After the massive data breach at Equifax, consumer advocates called on Congress to make credit freezes free. Now, six months later, the Senate is set to pass legislation that would do just that. The provision is tucked into a broader bill that would roll back regulations on banks created by Dodd-Frank.



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