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Dear Equifax execs: shut up, call your lawyer, listen to your lawyer, shut up some more.
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Cmd.Pvt.Major 7 Sep 17
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While this is good legal advice, I'm pretty sure the bulk of americans would like them to ignore it. All of it. Ignore all sound legal advi
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Sigh Hersh (recalculating) 7 Sep 17
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Mark Agee 7 Sep 17
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This is pretty straightforward insider trading, right?
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Tom McCudden 7 Sep 17
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Please please please let me be on that jury. I work for a public defender office, but still. I will bring my own pitchfork.
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David Perforated 7 Sep 17
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Only cucks listen to the Popehat libelsplaining cucksensible advice. Do not be a model client!
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David Rainey 🇸🇬 7 Sep 17
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I overheard CFO on call when sales said they’d miss quota. Grimly held my stock. 30% drop on results call. Painful, but less so than jail
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KVG 7 Sep 17
Replying to @Popehat @greg_doucette
That insider trading conviction will almost certainly have a negative impact on their credit scores.
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Michael Bazemore 7 Sep 17
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No. Keep talking. By all means.
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Bart Auringer 7 Sep 17
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No, keep talking, you can totally talk your way out of this.
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Jim Prutsman 7 Sep 17
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So the remedy to this data breech is: credit monitoring from the same company who lost a handle on the data. Hmmm.....
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Daniel Goldstein 7 Sep 17
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Somebody be goin' down the penitentiary.. with good reason
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SevenOf65,844,956 7 Sep 17
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Can consumers sue them? Cause these folks give us our credit ratings. I feel like we should.
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Preston Padden 7 Sep 17
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Credit Agencies like Equifax collect data about us - often wrong-without our consent. Now that data is compromised. Special place in Hell!
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Drew Mayo 7 Sep 17
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Don't the Hurricane Accords guarantee that anything you admit while there's a natural disaster will completely miss making the papers?
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水無 灯里味方 7 Sep 17
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Lawyer won't save them or Equifax. Death sentence for Equifax. Tar and feathers for them. SEC is abysmal. Justice won't be done.
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Kevin Lim 7 Sep 17
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it is cool man, they already 'splained it. they hadn't been told yet. totes coincidence. don't harsh on them man 😎
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Mike Billips 7 Sep 17
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Ha ha, they're goin' to club Fed.
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Thx Mr. Mueller! Pelosi pls open imp inquiry now! 13 Sep 17
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Front running ahead of the announcement or unloading before getting canned?
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Mr.Quindazzi 7 Sep 17
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Odds those executives face any criminal jeopardy over this: 100:1
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