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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

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Max Anderson

I've found why BNY chose Triple Alert. Quote from one of Experian's websites: http://www.experian.com/consumer/va_data_breach/index.html

For added peace of mind, you may want to monitor your credit files with Triple Alert, the most affordable credit monitoring product available today!

ERIKA

WOW...ITS JANUARY 20TH...AND I JUST GOT NOTIFIED...I'M FREAKING OUT RIGHT NOW

George

Erika:

Notification can be scary. I hope that you are able to find some serenity and calm soon. Actually, BNY Mellon made a couple different offers. You should also read this blog post:

http://ivebeenmugged.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/09/mellon-changes-its-offer.html

After reading that post, please consider sharing some of your experience and what is freaking you out. I or the readers may be able to help.

George
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Repair Credit

I just wonder why BNY letter includes this insult, "we have no reason to believe your information has been or will be accessed or misued..." What were on their minds?

Credit Repair Services

What arrogance! If BNY has a crystal ball to see into the future, maybe they should have put it to better use to monitor their archive services vendor before "losing" any more data tapes.what's on there mind?

Anonymous

The bank didn't know what was on the lost/stolen data tapes. How disorganized!its there responsibility..

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