Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller on Friday joined state attorneys general from 33 states plus the District of Columbia in raising “profound concerns” with Equifax Inc. over the credit reporting agency’s response to the massive data breach the company disclosed on Sept. 7. In addition to concerns about the breach itself, the attorneys general in a letter raised additional concerns about the company’s service terms for consumers affected by the Equifax breach, fees, confusing messages to consumers on its website, and inadequate call center resources. The stolen data includes personal information from 1.1 million Iowans and 143 million consumers nationwide. Last week Miller opened an investigation into Equifax, and he has since joined a multistate investigation by a bipartisan group of state attorneys general.