Chatbot lets you sue Equifax for up to $25,000 without a lawyer - The Verge


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RT : Exciting news. You can sue Equifax for up to $25,000 by pressing a button! First case of fully automated lawsuit
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6 weeks ago by Gleonhard
I don't mind lawyers being replaced by a small chatbot at all (and I don't imagine other people do either).
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6 weeks ago by alper
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9 weeks ago by judgeworks
Quite curious, indeed: "Chatbot lets you sue Equifax for up to $25,000 without a lawyer"
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10 weeks ago by tguemes
Software eats lawyers.
"Chatbot lets you sue Equifax for up to $25,000 without a lawyer"
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10 weeks ago by nikete
DoNotPay chatbot, mainly known for aiding with parking tickets, now helps you fill out forms to sue Equifax without a lawyer, for up to $25,000 in some states
10 weeks ago by joeo10
Equifax’s security failure affected 143 million US consumers, or 44 percent of the US population. To add insult to injury, Equifax waited over a month before…
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10 weeks ago by hybridsolidr
Equifax’s security failure affected 143 million US consumers, or 44 percent of the US population. To add insult to injury, Equifax waited over a month before revealing the security breach it had suffered.
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10 weeks ago by kenyob
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10 weeks ago by edelagrave
Chatbots to the rescue!

Chatbot lets you sue Equifax for up to $25,000 without a lawyer
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10 weeks ago by amymabli
Got to love the internet ❤️
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10 weeks ago by jackveiga
RT : Exciting news. You can sue Equifax for up to $25,000 by pressing a button! First case of fully automated lawsuit
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10 weeks ago by freerange_inc
Equifax’s security failure affected 143 million US consumers, or 44 percent of the US population. To add insult to injury, Equifax waited over a month before revealing the security breach it had suffered. If you’re one of the millions affected by the breach, a chatbot can now help you sue Equifax in small claims court [in some states].
10 weeks ago by SecurityFeed
Chatbot lets you print lawsuit forms for suing Equifax for up to $25k
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10 weeks ago by peterood
Even if you want to be part of the class action lawsuit against Equifax, you can still sue Equifax for negligence in small claims court using the DoNotPay bot and demand maximum damages. Maximum damages range between $2,500 in states like Rhode Island and Kentucky to $25,000 in Tennessee.

YOU STILL HAVE TO SERVE THE LEGAL FORMS YOURSELF
The bot, which launched in all 50 states in July, is mainly known for helping with parking tickets. But with this new update, its creator, Joshua Browder, who was one of the 143 million affected by the breach, is tackling a much bigger target, with larger aspirations to match. He says, “I hope that my product will replace lawyers, and, with enough success, bankrupt Equifax.”
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10 weeks ago by dancall
Let’s bankrupt Equifax.
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10 weeks ago by jasiek
Chatbot lets you sue Equifax for up to $25,000 without a lawyer
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10 weeks ago by sammyrulez
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Exciting news. You can sue Equifax for up to $25,000 by pressing a button! First case of fully automated lawsuithttps://t.co/cDHUYaVXbu

— Joshua Browder (@jbrowder1) September 12, 2017

http://twitter.com/jbrowder1/status/907396806404849664
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10 weeks ago by tswaterman
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Chatbot lets you sue Equifax for up to $25,000 without a lawyer
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10 weeks ago by neuralmarket
Exciting news. You can sue Equifax for up to $25,000 by pressing a button! First case of fully automated lawsuit
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10 weeks ago by maxfenton
Exciting news. You can sue Equifax for up to $25,000 by pressing a button! First case of fully automated lawsuit
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10 weeks ago by hustwj