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Massive Equifax Breach: What you need to know to protect yourself

Have you heard about the latest breach? The Equifax data breach is a stark reminder that you need identity theft protection. Every year 10 million Americans have their identity stolen. Here is what you need to know about the Equifax breach.
Equifax Breach Quick Facts: Equifax is one of the 3 major credit bureaus, and as such, has access to some of the most sensitive information about you.
· Number of people affected: 143 million Americans, which is 44% of the population.
· Types of data compromised: Social Security numbers, Driver’s License Numbers, date of birth, credit card information and more...
What does this mean?
143 million people and their families are at risk of their stolen data being used. It could take up to 18 months or more to resolve, and you may need to take time off from work to deal with this issue. This is the "pearl harbor of identity theft” one expert said. “You don’t take protection now, you will be one of the people victimized over and over again for the foreseeable future. I mean years."
What can you do?
Secure you and your family with IDShield, a comprehensive identity theft plan that provides access to licensed private investigators, credit monitoring and internet monitoring. (For as little as $9.95)
URGENT NOTE: The solution Equifax is offering is their own product. Can you trust them if they couldn’t protect your records in the first place?? NOT. Plus, what will you do after one year? This kind of data has along shelf life. Remember Mark Zuckerberg’s password was compromised and used 4 years after the LinkedIn breach.
Here is an interesting interview on this data breach (the advisor says he uses IDShield himself):
As you know, I am your go-to IDShield guy. I rarely email my community about the services I sell for a living. But this is just too critically important to be silent on you.
Quickly take 2 minutes to enroll. ShopMEEK.com 
Thank you for your time and urgency in this matter, I am here to support and assist you.

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