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Utahns swept up in last year's health data breach may be getting conflicting information about credit monitoring.
But some breach victims have received notices from the credit bureau offering to extend monitoring for a price.
Health officials urge patience and say information about the state-funded credit monitoring hasn't made its way to frontline staff at Experian.
"We're working with them on that. … Hopefully service staff will be trained up soon," said health department spokesman Tom Hudachko. "Everyone should be getting a message some time in the next few weeks about [the -state-paid] extension."
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