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Equifax headquarters in Atlanta. (Photo: John Disney/ALM) Equifax headquarters in Atlanta. (Photo: John Disney/ALM)

Three U.S. senators — Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.; Robert Menendez, D-N.J.; and Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii — revealed that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau received more than 20,000 consumer complaints following the Equifax breach.

The trio released a comprehensive review of consumer complaints finding that in the six months after the breach, the CFPB received more than 20,000 complaints from consumers about the impact of the breach, problems with Equifax’s response, or other issues with the company. The number of complaints about Equifax nearly doubled after the breach, according to the report.

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