I want in the class action suit
The credit agency's Twitter account tweeted links on Wednesday to a fake site pretending to be Equifax, further bungling the company's response to a massive hack that affected 143 million customers.
In my humble opinion they are done
Edit: added excerpt from the article
This would be really funny if they didn't hold all of my personal financial information.
Someone should confiscate their internet access for their own safety (and ours).
> And it appears even Equifax was duped by the fake site.
I'm still not sure why they even registered a new domain for it.
security.equifax.com would have left no doubt that it was an equifax controlled server.
How many times does Equifax have to fuck up until the Government has to step in and do something about this?
This is why a good browser is crucial, and users who are willing to report this stuff once they know.
I'm sure reports came in on Chrome, you go to the phishing site and it'll give you a danger warning. That's literally reporting in action.
Too Big To Fail. The system is rigged so that no other company could possibly step in and compete with them at this point.
As a nation we are so utterly and totally fucked.
Thank heavens this is happening!!! Proof that phishing/exploits/hacking can serve good, ethical purposes.
So many people, especially poor working people, were subjected to Equifax's despotism over the years.