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Equifax hack reminds everyone how much they hate credit agencies

Let the Equifax hate begin.  Not only did the company expose the personal information of 143 million people, including names, Social Security numbers, addresses, birth dates, and even some driver's license numbers. It also turns out that three of its executives sold $1.8 million worth of company stock right after the breach was discovered.  SEE ALSO: How to tell if you're one of the 143 million Americans affected by the Equifax hack And let's just recap what Equifax does, shall we? Say someone struggles to pay back a student loan, or is saddled with debt because the credit card marketed to them in college suddenly has a 30-percent APR.
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