Hackers selling consumer credit reports


An exclusive report on MSNBC claims to have found evidence that hackers have compromised various credit rating websites and are now selling not only the personal information of victims, but their credit history along with. 

The prices of a report rises and falls depending on the credit score of the victim. For consumers with credit scores in the 750s, report data might fetch $80, while victims with scores in the low 600s sell for about half that, according to a “for sale” page viewed by msnbc.com.

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