Equifax is yet another credit monitoring company notorious for fraudulent business practices. Known for credit reporting and credit monitoring, Equifax is also a company that is used for identity theft solutions, and features a 30-day trial membership based on these services.
If you’ve joined Equifax, you’re probably worried about the current state of your credit during times of economic uncertainty. What you don’t want to worry about is Equifax taking advantage of your credit card account and charging you for services you weren’t even sure you signed up for.
According to this article by ConsumerAffairs.com about Equifax and their shoddy business practices, one woman’s daughter was receiving phone calls from the company Equifax trying to collect funds for her. When the woman explained that her daughter was 15, the Equifax representative attempted to convince the woman to have her credit report checked. Scroll down to see a post by Kristen of Georgia and read:
It’s clear that Equifax holds no stock in customer service, as proven by this $250,000 settlement Equifax was forced to pay to the Federal Trade Commission. Equifax is ill famed for blocking calls of upset and worried consumers who don’t understand their credit scores, or want answers pertaining to their account.
This message board on Yahoo! Is full of people trying to get answers on how to cancel Equifax’s “free trial”. These consumers found out the hard way that if you don’t cancel BEFORE your trial is up, you are going to be charged fees on your account.
If you’ve had the unfortunate experience of being involved with Equifax, you should know that CancelWizard has rated this company abusive, so let us cancel your Equifax membership for you.
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