Don’t forget, if your personal information was impacted in the 2017 Equifax data breach, and you have a problem with identity theft or fraud because of the breach within the next four years, you may be eligible for additional Settlement benefits. Claims for benefits during the “Extended Claims Period” must be made by January 22, 2024, at www.EquifaxBreachSettlement.com. When the Settlement becomes effective after all appeals are resolved, you also may be eligible for free identity restoration services to help you remedy the effects of identity theft and fraud.

Please noteThe deadline for the “Initial Claims Period” has passed. You can no longer file claims for Out-of-Pocket Losses or Time Spent that occurred before or up through January 22, 2020. If you filed a claim during the “Initial Claims Period,” do not try to file the claim again, as that will delay the processing of your claim.

Please also note that no Settlement benefits will be distributed or available until all appeals are resolved, and the Settlement becomes effective. We currently do not know when these appeals will be resolved. When the appellate court provides a schedule for the appeal, we will update the Settlement website.

Are You Eligible:

You are a Class Member and eligible for Extended Claims Period Settlement benefits if you are a U.S. consumer whose personal information was impacted by the Equifax data breach. If you are unsure of whether you are a Class Member, visit www.EquifaxBreachSettlement.com.


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