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  Equifax Personal Solutions: Credit Reports, Credit Scores, Protection Against Identity Theft
Equifax Personal Solutions: Credit Reports, Credit Scores, Protection Against Identity Theft
Make sure your reports are accurate & free of fraud.
What's New: Equifax Delivers Strong Revenue and Earnings in Second Quarter 2007; Completes Largest Acquisition in Company's History More News
www.equifax.com   (224 words)

  Equifax - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Equifax, Inc. (NYSE: EFX) is a consumer credit reporting agency, considered one of the "big three" in that business.
In 2006, Equifax had $1.3 billion in annual revenue and 4,400 employees in 12 countries.
Simson Garfinkel, Separating Equifax from Fiction, September 1995.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Equifax   (406 words)

 Equifax NZ :: Latest developments from New Zealand and around the world
Equifax Information Services, in its 102nd year of operations, is the leading provider of consumer and commercial information worldwide, including the world's largest repository of consumer credit information and a world-class consumer lifestyle and demographic database.
Equifax is expanding into new markets such as insurance and brokerage, and continues to develop and implement new products that support our core information product offerings as well as customers' emerging e-commerce needs.
Equifax employs about 15,000 associates in 16 countries with sales in almost 50 and has $1.9 billion in revenue.
www.equifax.co.nz /news.htm   (2070 words)

 Consumer complaints about Equifax
Equifax tells me that they've had it under bankruptcy but they haven't because I pulled my credit on 5/26/06 and the Verizon account was on the report as open.
Glenn King at Equifax, explaining that Associates balance was derived entirely from their failure to credit back finance charges and late fees incorrectly charged to a disputed amount on my account, and three times I've received the same canned/generic response from Equifax: "This creditor has verified to Equifax that the balance is being reported correctly".
Equifax was reportedly their source, and I was given a toll free phone number to resolve this issue.
www.consumeraffairs.com /privacy/equifax.html   (4446 words)

 3.09: Separating Equifax from Fiction
Also, Equifax recently acquired new databanks to keep tabs on the medical profession, allowing hospitals and health maintenance organizations to screen doctors for malpractice suits and suspect medical degrees before hiring decisions are made.
Equifax spokesperson John Ford criticizes the Williams study, saying "the analysis done by Consolidated was based on a nonrandom, nonrepresentative sample of credit reports.
Equifax offers a series of products for the health care industry, including systems for verifying the credentials of doctors, physician profiling, claims administration, utilization management, and managed-care-plan services.
wired-vig.wired.com /wired/archive/3.09/equifax_pr.html   (5434 words)

These days, Equifax is a global service provider with over $1.1 billion in annual revenue and 4800 employees in 12 countries.
The company's 4,800 employees ensure that this favorable operating architecture is passed on to Equifax shareholders and stakeholders in the form of share premiums and shareholder value.
Equifax also enables and empowers consumers to manage and protect their financial health with services offered at there website.
www.checksure.biz /equifax.htm   (419 words)

Nymity Inc., Canada's leading privacy research firm, recognizes Equifax's achievement in providing consumers with clear and complete notice of its privacy policies and procedures with the 2006 Top Privacy Policies in Canada award.
Nymity defines Transparency as: "Clear, complete and readily available notice on an organization's privacy policies and practices." One of the 63 criteria used in the assessment for the Awards was: "Does the organization have a definition section?" Definitions are important as a term like "third party" is used differently from one organization to the next.
Equifax's privacy policy is based on the 10 privacy principles, a common and effective structure for privacy policies as many consumers have become familiar with the principles since the introduction of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act.
www.nymity.com /awards/equifax.asp   (358 words)

 STCU: Equifax
Equifax will explain what you can do to boost your score in the future.
STCU is not affiliated with Equifax nor is it a credit reporting agency.
STCU does not guarantee the information provided by Equifax, which is a "consumer reporting agency" under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act.
www.stcu.org /equifax.html   (319 words)

If you are applying for a personal or business loan, leasing a car, concerned about identity theft, been turned down for credit, or simply curious – we encourage you to continuously verify the accuracy of your credit report and credit score, the prime tools creditors use when deciding to grant you credit.
Equifax Credit Watch™ –protect yourself and your loved ones from the nation’s number one white collar crime, identity theft.
Equifax Credit Report™ –; instantly access information about credit cards and loans applied for in your name, payment information and companies that have accessed your credit file.
www.detroitchamber.com /products/equifax.asp   (257 words)

 Online Credit Reports and Credit Reporting from a Leading Credit Agency: Equifax
In order to fully enjoy our new site, you must be using a standards-compliant Web browser.
Equifax is a credit reference agency committed to providing you with access to the information that lenders will see when you apply for credit - instantly and securely.
Choosing Equifax as your credit reference agency provides you with access to the most comprehensive business and consumer databases in the UK.
www.equifax.co.uk   (336 words)

 Equifax releases new toolbar for combating phishing - Computer Business Review
Creditcard reporting agency Equifax has unveiled an internet tool which aims to tackle online fraud and identity theft.
Equifax said it will use EarthLink's ScamBlocker platform to access an encrypted database of known and suspected fraudulent websites that is frequently updated, to help protect users from the increasing threat of identity theft.
Vince Corica, group executive, personal solutions at Equifax, said: "In an age where phishing scams and online fraud are becoming increasingly prevalent, the Equifax Toolbar is a free offering that empowers online consumers to become more effective guardians of their confidential information and privacy."
www.cbronline.com /article_news.asp?guid=4418FD10-3A38-4CF9-82B6-3AC55643FB2C   (355 words)

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