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Fellow TATF family, 

Take 2 minutes and check this site through Equifax to see if you’re getting a piece of the pie. It’s super quick and easy. If your SS # is on the breached list, they send you a check for $125. This could very well get you a new jersey or tickets or whatever you want (had to make it TATF somehow) this isn’t a scam. Check my post history. Just want to help out my fellow Falcons fans. They just ask for the last name and last 6 of your social good luck and Rise Up!

 

https://www.equifaxbreachsettlement.com/

 

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But the likelihood that you’ll actually get a check for $125 is increasingly slim — because the more people who sign up, the less money each person gets. In fact, there’s only room for 248,000 people to get that amount.

If 1 million people ask for the money, they’ll be eligible for just $31 each.

If every single one of the 147 million affected people sign up, they’ll be looking at 21 cents.

See, while Equifax has agreed to a $700 million settlement — compare to its revenue of $880 million last quarter alone — it’s technically only a $425 million settlement as far as affected consumers are concerned, with the rest of the money going to pay penalties.

And of that $425 million, it turns out only a paltry $31 million is actually set aside for those individual $125 cash payments — the rest is all for free credit monitoring, reimbursements, or if you could somehow miraculously prove you actually suffered identity theft as a result of the breach.

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I signed up thanks, but the chances of us getting a free Jersey out of it seem slim to none!

 

 

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26 minutes ago, Mgaffar said:

But the likelihood that you’ll actually get a check for $125 is increasingly slim — because the more people who sign up, the less money each person gets. In fact, there’s only room for 248,000 people to get that amount.

If 1 million people ask for the money, they’ll be eligible for just $31 each.

If every single one of the 147 million affected people sign up, they’ll be looking at 21 cents.

See, while Equifax has agreed to a $700 million settlement — compare to its revenue of $880 million last quarter alone — it’s technically only a $425 million settlement as far as affected consumers are concerned, with the rest of the money going to pay penalties.

And of that $425 million, it turns out only a paltry $31 million is actually set aside for those individual $125 cash payments — the rest is all for free credit monitoring, reimbursements, or if you could somehow miraculously prove you actually suffered identity theft as a result of the breach.

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I signed up thanks, but the chances of us getting a free Jersey out of it seem slim to none!

 

 

Welp, that’s a full tank of gas at least

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1 hour ago, Mgaffar said:

But the likelihood that you’ll actually get a check for $125 is increasingly slim — because the more people who sign up, the less money each person gets. In fact, there’s only room for 248,000 people to get that amount.

If 1 million people ask for the money, they’ll be eligible for just $31 each.

If every single one of the 147 million affected people sign up, they’ll be looking at 21 cents.

See, while Equifax has agreed to a $700 million settlement — compare to its revenue of $880 million last quarter alone — it’s technically only a $425 million settlement as far as affected consumers are concerned, with the rest of the money going to pay penalties.

And of that $425 million, it turns out only a paltry $31 million is actually set aside for those individual $125 cash payments — the rest is all for free credit monitoring, reimbursements, or if you could somehow miraculously prove you actually suffered identity theft as a result of the breach.

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I signed up thanks, but the chances of us getting a free Jersey out of it seem slim to none!

 

 

Nah, I’m ignoring all that ****. They said $125, so that’s what I’m getting. 

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1 hour ago, Mgaffar said:

But the likelihood that you’ll actually get a check for $125 is increasingly slim — because the more people who sign up, the less money each person gets. In fact, there’s only room for 248,000 people to get that amount.

If 1 million people ask for the money, they’ll be eligible for just $31 each.

If every single one of the 147 million affected people sign up, they’ll be looking at 21 cents.

See, while Equifax has agreed to a $700 million settlement — compare to its revenue of $880 million last quarter alone — it’s technically only a $425 million settlement as far as affected consumers are concerned, with the rest of the money going to pay penalties.

And of that $425 million, it turns out only a paltry $31 million is actually set aside for those individual $125 cash payments — the rest is all for free credit monitoring, reimbursements, or if you could somehow miraculously prove you actually suffered identity theft as a result of the breach.

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I signed up thanks, but the chances of us getting a free Jersey out of it seem slim to none!

 

 

110% incorrect. They have an “overflow reserve” I spoke to someone yesterday. The affected will receive $125 and that number can only go up depending on the nature of your claim. 

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21 minutes ago, Mgaffar said:

Lmao. Here is the source.... https://apple.news/A5oFN9b_VRZ6bfR2AkghCow

But yes I’m sure your “friend” knows more.

I spoke with an Equifax employee. Not a buddy. I had to file a claim for an account opened in my name. I asked specifically about the payout amount and that’s what he said. But we all know how much their word can be trusted at this point. I don’t know. I hope everyone gets what they’re expecting. 

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