The Equifax Text Scam
Equifax noticed that your scores dropped by 46 points on Sep 3rd and must be confirmed or disputed by today here 5gmci.info/xPOCXh8bMe
If you have received the text scam, please do not follow the instructions in it, just delete it. The website or link (5gmci.info) does not do not belong to Equifax, it is just another fake and phishing website created by scammers to steal their potential victims' money and/or personal information.
You may receive also received Equifax text scams that claim your account has been frozen or has been flagged for unusual activity.
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