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Equifax's response to a data breach of 143 million people's personal information, including their Social Security numbers, has left much to be desired. The company riled consumers once again after news reports revealed the company’s official Twitter account has been directing users to afake lookalike website.

Nick Sweeting, a software engineer, created an imitation of equifaxsecurity2017.com, Equifax’s page about the security breach. Several posts from the company’s Twitter account directed consumers to Sweeting’s version, securityequifax2017.com. Equifax deleted its tweets after the error was publicized, but one of these tweets has been captured in a screenshot below.

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