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Registered: ‎03-13-2007
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Hills Slack Settlement Question

Has anyone gotten a letter from Hills Slack Settlement? I have received my code and read where I would not have to furnish Equifax with my CC # and there was no strings attached. I went on like my paper said and followed the steps but they keep asking for a CC. I called Equifax and spoke to a manager he said he needed the CC before he could give me my 3 months free. I read the papers to him and told him there was a link on EQ website to the Hills Slack Settlement and he could read it right off there. He ask me to fax him my papers and I did but no response what should I do. I dont want to give them my CC info.
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Registered: ‎03-29-2007
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Re: Hills Slack Settlement Question

No CC needed. Just paste the code in the discount field during checkout.
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Registered: ‎07-20-2007
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Re: Hills Slack Settlement Question

I too received this and simply entered the info online as the email indicated. It allowed me to login with no problem.
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