Sarah O'Brien reports for CNBC's personal finance team.
Consumers were referred to a site that mocked Equifax instead of assisting consumers.
Preparing your portfolio for a downturn will help fortify you financially and emotionally.
A new federal rule banning mandatory arbitration remains in limbo as the Senate considers a resolution to kill it.
Where you live determines what you'll pay to put a lock on your credit report.
The company will temporarily waive fees on credit monitoring and identity protection.
Americans spend more on going to games than they do on books.
Access to retirement funds could be necessary for people impacted by the storm.
The company's website yields confusion and its free service leaves holes in fraud prevention.