AC "there is no plaice for jokes about this"
ROTFLMAO - of yes there is - what makes you think that this isn't happening on your other accounts? Of course the providers will deny it (Well, you'd expect them to say that wouldn't you) but the simple fact is that the ONLY safe assumption is that all your data out there is compromised.
We hear this time and time again - it's just a data breach, it's been fixed, the guilty parties will be ... well, maybe spanked if we can find them but most likely they will get away with it.
Nope, I'm not trolling this - I'm simply being realistic. The only way to deal with these people is to treat them (and their claims of data security) as a joke - because it's absolutely clear that unless you are worth money to them, they don't give a monkeys about you. "Two years free credit reporting" - ha ha ha ha ... they will just sign you up and sell your data to someone else - Experion will make money on this breach in the long run.