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Equifax Security Breach

September 8, 2017

Information Update

CNN has announced that Equifax experienced a large scale data breach. First Source is aware of the situation and staying on top of updates as they are available, as well as engaging in frequent and open communication with our credit reporting partners. It is always a good idea to be vigilant regarding your credit, and monitor your accounts often for fraudulent activity. In addition, did you know you can check your credit report for free up to three times a year? Equifax has detailed information on how to find out if you might be affected by this breach here.

If you do find any discrepancies or believe you might be affected, please call us at 315-735-8571.

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