T-Mobile Partner Experian Hit with Class Action Lawsuits
Nov 10, 2015, 8:19 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Experian has been served with a number of lawsuits related to its privacy breach of T-Mobile customers. The company maintains that the breach was isolated and only impacted a single server. Experian's U.S. consumer credit division was not affected, and none of the information stolen contained payment information or bank details. Experian is working with U.S. law enforcement to investigate the theft. T-Mobile used Experian to run credit checks on potential customers, and the breach exposed the data of some 15 million consumers between September 2013 and September 2015. T-Mobile and Experian are offering consumers free credit-monitoring services.
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