Hackers who successfully breached Equifax obtained valuable personal information that doesn’t change. On September 7, Equifax disclosed hackers accessed names, social security numbers, birthdates, driver’s license numbers, addresses and credit card numbers in a massive data breach potentially affecting nearly two-thirds of the adult U.S. population. This data breach could potentially impact victims’ personal and financial information for months and years to come.
HOW A SCORESENSE MEMBERSHIP HELPS
- You’ll have unlimited access to your credit reports and scores from TransUnion, Equifax and Experian. Monthly updates from all three bureaus show you exactly where you stand and why. As a ScoreSense member, you have access to all three of your credit reports in one convenient location.
- We will monitor your credit report for important changes or suspicious activity. When a key change occurs, you’ll get a ScoreSense credit alert email. You’ll get details about what occurred, what it means, and the steps to take to protect your credit.If you receive a ScoreSense Credit Alert, don’t ignore it, because is could indicate unauthorized use of your personal information.
- Credit Specialists will be standing by to help. If you have questions and concerns about your credit, you get one-on-one help, every time you call.
- You will be covered for up to $1,000,000 in Identity Theft Insurance. This will help offset the cost of restoring your credit and good name should you become a victim of identity theft.