Equifax To Pay More Than $3M To Colorado Residents After Data BreachIf you think you were effected, you'll be able to file a claim once a court approves the settlement.
The Dark Web: Where Cyber-Criminals Buy Guns, Drugs And Hacking Tools To Subvert ElectionsCyber-criminals can buy everything from guns and drugs to botnets and ransomware on the dark web. And voter records and hacking tools.
Equifax: Names, Addresses, Driver's Licenses Were All Stolen In BreachAccording to the release, 99 million Americans had their addresses stolen. 20.3 million people had their phone numbers hacked and 17.6 million drivers had their license information taken.
Warning To Coloradans On Massive Cyber BreachCyber security authorities were warning Coloradans to carefully monitor their financial information after the massive cyber security breach of a national credit reporting agency.
Millions Of Credit Scores Could Improve Due To ChangesMillions of Americans may see an improvement in their credit score soon.
4 On Your Side Consumer Investigation Fixes Credit Report MistakeA Parker woman contacted Consumer Investigator Jodi Brooks with a credit report mistake that had turned into a 4-year ordeal. Brooks was able to get the problem fixed.
Consumer Reporting Letter Causes Confusion, ConcernA letter indicated a negative report on your credit report and asking for personal information is causing concern among some Metro Area residents.
More Employers Using Credit Checks On Job ApplicantsAn increasing number of employers are using credit checks to screen potential job applicants. It's totally legal, and bad credit is not illegal, but employers say the information is helpful in the hiring process.