Description: The following passage mainly focuses on equifax login, which shows you how to use the available online resources to ensure the protection of your personal and financial information after the Equifax cyber attack. Equifax is offering a free TrustedID Premier Protection Plan.
This is Dan fashion Bower from video pizzazz, today I’m going to show you how to use the available online resources to ensure the protection of your personal and financial information after the Equifax cyber attack, the first thing we can do is to go over here to the Equifax security 2017.com site.
You can scroll down and click on am I impacted? Then you can click on am I impacted here, then enter in your last name, put in the last six digits of your social security number, click I’m not a robot, click on continue, based on this information Equifax is offering free identity theft protection and credit file monitoring to all US customers.
All you have to do is to click on this enroll button, you will be allowed to enroll in their complimentary one-year monitoring, but this has to be done before November 21st, we can click here to enroll, this describes what you would be getting with the trusted ID premier program.
You’ll get three bureau credit file monitorings, equifax credit report lock, social security number scanning, equifax credit report and a 1 million identity theft insurance policy, enter your first name, your middle name is optional, enter your last name, date of birth, social security number, your gender, your address, your city, state, zip.
It asks if you have lived this current location for at least two years, in my case I have, so I click yes, then put in your email address, confirm your email address, put in a mobile phone number so that you can have a text verification sent to you.
Scroll down and click on continue, now it says that thank you, we have successfully received and are processing your information, the next step is that you will receive an email with a link to finalize your enrolment and activate your product.
Please be patient, due to the high volumes of requests emails may be delayed, if you have not received your email within a few days, please check your spam and junk folders, thanks again, we appreciate your patience, I waited about a day and a half, I finally got an email from Equifax, but it went into my spam folder in my gmail account.
As you can see here I’m looking at my spam folder, I’ve got this email, I’m going to select it and click on not spam, then I’ll go to my inbox, it shows trusted ID customer service an update from Equifax, I’ll click on that, this is my activation email.
It says that it’s time to take the final steps in enrolling in your free product trusted ID premier by verifying your identity, in order to activate my product, I need to click this link, then I need to answer some questions, I need to enter in my date of birth, click on continue.
Then I need to enter in the last four digits of my social security number, pop that in there, it will ask you for date of birth again, I’m not sure why it asks you again, use the pulldown menus, select your month, day and year, click on continue.
By default it’s going to use your email address as your username, but you can change that later on after you log in, so you need to put in a password and confirm your password, once you have your password entered in twice, click on continue.
I’m supplied with four questions, I have to answer in five minutes, answer those questions, in my case it doesn’t apply, so I’m going to say none of the above in all the cases, then I’ll go back in after I log in, I’ll update my account, then click on submit.
In my case I am not able to activate online for some reason, because I didn’t answer the questions correctly, so I need to call in to customer support to get my account activated, that’s how you would sign up online for your Equifax trusted ID premier identity theft protection plan, I hope that you found this useful, thanks.