data from 2005 - 2019. SS#s and the whole shebang!
They get all of our information but on the bright side:
""Importantly, no credit card account numbers or log-in credentials were compromised and over 99 percent of Social Security numbers were not compromised," according to Capital One. "
How the heck is the charge for this so low? 5 years and $250K is a slap on the wrist! You pull something like this, it should be 20-life. It’s the only way they will ever discourage these breaches.
My first thought was (as usual after a big breach) "this is why you should freeze your credit files" But then it struck me with EQ being hacked as well, it's probably only a few extra steps for a hacker to unfreeze a report and app anyway,.