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Equifax Terms Of Use [Oct. 5th, 2017|03:57 pm]
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Innovis & Experian had no click through agreements with particularly boilerplate text. That was nice.

Whoops - i missed the privacy and security boiler plate.

http://www.equifax.com/privacy/ - hahahaha.
https://www.alerts.equifax.com/AutoFraud_Online/pdf/Security_Policy.pdf - how to tell if ssl is on if you are using internet explorer


YOU MUST READ, UNDERSTAND AND AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS OF USE AS WELL AS THE GENERAL TERMS OF USE FOUND AT THE LINK AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE IN ORDER TO USE THIS WEB SITE.
Your Use:
You certify that you are either requesting on your own personal credit file (i) the placement of a security freeze, (ii) a temporary lift of your security freeze to allow access to your credit file as permitted by applicable law or (iii) the removal of your security freeze. You certify that the information you provide to Equifax is accurate and complete, and that by completing any security freeze online transaction, you are authorizing Equifax to fulfill your request.
You agree to follow all laws and regulations applicable to your making a security freeze request via and use of this web site. You acknowledge that Equifax may remove a security freeze if your credit file was frozen due to a material misrepresentation of fact. Additionally, making any false statements could be punishable by law.
You acknowledge that you will receive an online written confirmation once a security freeze request is fulfilled by Equifax. You will not receive any additional confirmation from Equifax on your specific security freeze request and Equifax recommends you save or print the online written confirmation for your records. Some of the information on the confirmation may be necessary for future security freeze requests.
This web site is provided "as is," with no warranties of any kind.

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