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BUSTED: Equifax forces hacked customers to waive right to sue in exchange for using its credit service

Equifax, the credit score company that put more than 140 million Americans at risk of identity theft this week, will not let you engage in a class-action lawsuit if you consent to arbitration on its website. ZDNet editor Zack Whittaker notes that anyone who signs up for Equifax’s free credit...
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