Woman blames 15 identity thefts on Equifax breachOn October 30, 2017 by Kenna
Katie Van Fleet has suffered 15 identity thefts since the Equifax breach and she believes the criminals who’ve targeted her are using information from the breach to open credit cards in her name; she’s started a class-action suit against Equifax.
Van Fleet said she has spent countless hours trying to restore her good name, and she’s hoping to get a handle on the mess before she takes a crack at buying a house in Seattle.
“I didn’t sign up to use Equifax, so I feel all of that stuff has been taken, and now I am left here trying to sweep up the pieces and just trying to protect myself and protect my credit,” Van Fleet said.
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