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Does anyone done this? DH and I got an email on it today offering 3monts of Score Watch per the class action.

Hillis v. Equifax Consumer Services, Inc. and Fair Isaac Corp., Case No. 1:04-CV-3400 (USDC, ND GA) and Slack v. Fair Isaac Corp. and MyFICO Consumer Services, Inc., Case No. 1:07-CV-314 (USDC, ND GA)

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WTF is it class action spam day in my email or what? I have another for:

Federal Court's Notice of Proposed Class-Action Settlement. Please Read.

"browningnotice@gardencitygroup.com" <browningnotice@gardencitygroup.com>

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WTF is it class action spam day in my email or what? I have another for:

Federal Court's Notice of Proposed Class-Action Settlement. Please Read.

"browningnotice@gardencitygroup.com" <browningnotice@gardencitygroup.com>

I got the same mail last week. Didnt care to respond.. could be a spam.

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Federal Court's Notice of Proposed Class-Action Settlement. Please Read. "browningnotice@gardencitygroup.com" <browningnotice@gardencitygroup.com>

I received that email twice (for DH & myself) as well so I went and checked it out. As far as I can tell it is legit.

BUT........ (did you sense that coming)

if you read the fine print, check what you are being "offered." And I use that term very loosely.

What you will receive for participating in this suit is 2 months free service with consumerinfo.com I believe. Plus, you have to provide them with your current info and you are going to be legally bound to keep that information current. No biggie right? WRONG! Because you also have to provide them with a valid credit/debit card and if you don't CANCEL your service after your "freebie" from this lawsuit then they are going to bill you every month.

Um. Thanks but no thanks. Let's see the color of your green and then we'll talk :p

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I received that email twice (for DH & myself) as well so I went and checked it out. As far as I can tell it is legit.

BUT........ (did you sense that coming)

if you read the fine print, check what you are being "offered." And I use that term very loosely.

What you will receive for participating in this suit is 2 months free service with consumerinfo.com I believe. Plus, you have to provide them with your current info and you are going to be legally bound to keep that information current. No biggie right? WRONG! Because you also have to provide them with a valid credit/debit card and if you don't CANCEL your service after your "freebie" from this lawsuit then they are going to bill you every month.

Um. Thanks but no thanks. Let's see the color of your green and then we'll talk :p

Ain't That A Blip! ::BigGun::

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