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You can sue Equifax if your data was exposed – Here's how

Step 1.  Complete the small claims paperwork.  You can have the form completed for you by Chatbox or find you local court forms.

Step 2.  File your court forms with the small claims court and pay the filling fee.

Step 3.  Serve your small claims paperwork to Equifax via their agent for service of process.

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CSC Lawyers Incorporating Service is Equifax California agent for service of process. 2710 Gateway Oaks Drive Ste 150N, Sacramento CA 95833. Prentice-Hall Corporation System.

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Major Equifax breach may have exposed 143 million people

Chatbot lets you sue Equifax for up to $25,000 without a lawyer

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Equifax’s security failure affected 143 million US consumers, or 44 percent of the US population. To add insult to injury, Equifax waited over a month before revealing the security breach it had suffered. If you’re one of the millions affected by the breach, a chatbot can now help you sue Equifax in small claims court, potentially letting you avoid hiring a lawyer for advice.

Even if you want to be part of the class action lawsuit against Equifax, you can still sue Equifax for negligence in small claims court using the DoNotPay bot and demand maximum damages. Maximum damages range between $2,500 in states like Rhode Island and Kentucky to $25,000 in Tennessee.

How to Find Out If You Were Affected by the Equifax Hack

First, check the potential impact at Equifax’s TrustedID website. You’ll have to enter the last 6-digits of your Social Security number (and your last name), and the site will tell you if there’s reason to believe your information has been stolen.