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The fallout continues after the Equifax data breach.

A year after Equifax divulged a massive data breach that ignited a firestorm of lawsuits from the credit union industry, a new poll has found that 21% or about one in five of the breach victims have since seen unusual activity on their credit reports.

The survey of 881 consumers by the Identity Theft Resource Center found that about 24% of those who saw unusual activity had credit card accounts opened in their name, 34% experienced changes to existing cards and about 23% had other bank accounts, loans, cards or utilities accounts opened in their name.

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