Almost half of the US population was affected by the Equifax data breach in 2017. But if you were one of the 147 million people whose data was uncovered in the hack, you do not have to hurry to make a claim to replace the time and money you've spent on database collapse of the free loan to fix reporting company.
According to the Federal Trade Commission, you have until 22 January 2020 to file your claims. And you can either submit your online or submit one. If you choose to send your statement, it must be stamped no later than January 22, 2020.
First, verify that your information has been disclosed in the privacy breach. If you are eligible to submit, collect all of your documents and receipts showing your losses and expenses as a result of the hacking. Then, when you're done, you can save the file. We have instructions on how to prepare and file your claims and what the compensation payments can cover.
According to the FTC, the day after the submission deadline of 23 January 2020 is the day on which you can expect to receive benefits. If you are in a hurry to submit your application, you can revise your application when applying for the FTC's $ 125, especially given the FTC's recommendations on what benefits to apply for. Once you have submitted an application, you will receive an e-mail from the FTC with instructions for switching applications.