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Credit ratings agency wrote to me about a hack, but how did it get my details? - The Guardian

The GuardianCredit ratings agency wrote to me about a hack, but how did it get my details?The GuardianI recently received a letter from Equifax, the credit ratings agency, telling me that my personal details had been hacked in May. I do not have a direct relationship with Equifax and do not have a mortgage, do not use a credit card and have no loans ...13-12-2017

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Credit ratings agency wrote to me about a hack, but how did it get my details?
The Guardian
I recently received a letter from Equifax, the credit ratings agency, telling me that my personal details had been hacked in May. I do not have a direct relationship with Equifax and do not have a mortgage, do not use a credit card and have no loans ...

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