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Good old Equifax, site down for 2 days now . . . .

DaveInAZ
Senior Contributor

Good old Equifax, site down for 2 days now . . . .

I guess not many folks still have an Equifax credit monitoring service that's not crapola TrustedID service. I lucked out and had a one month trial service of their very good Complete Premier monitoring service that expired right as they fessed up to letting hackers access a hundred million plus credit records and they've continued the service for free.

 

I check my credit reports Sunday mornings, and yesterday the site - https://www.econsumer.equifax.com - gave me an "internal server" error. Looks like this morning someone in their sorry excuse of a tech department finally noticed that something wasn't quite right:

 
We're sorry...
The Equifax Member Center is currently under maintenance. We are working diligently to better serve you, and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

 

Yeah, working diligently . . .  the Equifax way  . . .

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AverageJoesCredit
Mega Contributor

Re: Good old Equifax, site down for 2 days now . . . .

Good ol Equihack, serving the American public like no otherSmiley Sad. My credit lock on TU for Eq is currently down. And to imagine all of my creditors always want this dumb bureaus report. Should just let Dominoes run our info. I mean they pave streets nowSmiley Wink
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Dinosaur
Moderator Emeritus

Re: Good old Equifax, site down for 2 days now . . . .


@AverageJoesCredit wrote:
Good ol Equihack, serving the American public like no otherSmiley Sad. My credit lock on TU for Eq is currently down. And to imagine all of my creditors always want this dumb bureaus report. Should just let Dominoes run our info. I mean they pave streets nowSmiley Wink

Believe you captured the "spirit of things" Smiley Mad

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DaveInAZ
Senior Contributor

Re: Good old Equifax, site down for 2 days now . . . .

Well, after 2 days of America's finest working on things, they have the login page back up . . . . and when your try to log in you get:

 

Equifax Customer Service
Error

We apologize for the inconvenience, however, we are unable to complete your request at this time. Please try again later.

 

Too bad the hackers didn't get that message . . .

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