Did Equifax Put My Bank Accounts at Risk?
Likely not. Without your personal identification number (PIN) or other account information, which was not part of the Equifax breach, it would be difficult for someone to get into your bank account. You’re more likely at risk of bank fraud as a result of phishing which happens when someone poses as a financial entity and talks you out of personal information such as your username, password or credit card information. In such an instance we offer our standard reminder - If you suspect any type of fraudulent activity involving your bank account(s) contact us immediately.
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