Watch out for the seasonal email scams
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Joined: 3rd Jun 2016
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24th Nov 2017

There was an email, seemingly from Amazon in my inbox this morning. It claimed to be a survey. Seemed suspicious since it has been a while since I purchased anything on Amazon. So I checked online and sure enough there is an Amazon survey email scam. Looks like a pretty nasty one too, from what I have read about it.

On a side note here. Has anyone noticed an uptick of crap in there inbox since that credit bureau got hacked?

Joined: 31st Dec 2013
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30th Nov 2017

Not more then the usual stuff.
If you all haven't done it yet, Equifax free credit monitoring. ... /
I got this notice in my USPS mailbox from one of my creditors. Legit.

Joined: 21st Jan 2016
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30th Nov 2017

If you use Equifax's monitoring you won't be allowed to sue them for their data breach or participate in any type of law suit in the future.
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"This community is being dragged down by the balls by Angry_Cuban" - Maverick, 2018

Play stupid games, win stupid prizes

Joined: 31st Dec 2013
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3rd Dec 2017

I got this notice from my AT&T.
These was no disclosure that would keep me from doing so in the future.
As far as I could see. Now a days, who knows. Strange bedfellows?
I see it this way, why live the nightmare if it happens to me. Is it reaaly worth all the stress, frozen accounts, no money. We've all heard some kind of horror story. I don't want to be another statistic.
Worst case scenario could also be the norm. With this FREE monitoring, I get notified instantly. It has already worked for me since I signed up last week! US Dept. of Education when I went to Berkeley College with my son and did our yearly financing for his schooling. Senior year.
"We encourage you to take the following steps to help protect your identity:
1. Visit to determine if you are potentially affected and sign up for credit monitoring theft protection.
2. Contact major credit reporting agencies to place a fraud alert and/or credit freeze on your credit report, and learn about identity theft programs offered by the Federal TRade Commission Details on how to contact reporting agencies and FTC can also be found at https://www.consumer.ftc. ... gov/
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Last Edit: 3rd Dec 2017 by ChromeMagnum
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