T-MOBILE DATA BREACH CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT

T-Mobile Data Breach Class Action Lawyers

Affected by T-Mobile's Data Breach?

T-Mobile Data Breach Lawsuit

T-Mobile confirmed being hit by a data breach that might affect tens of millions of customer data. Contact Shamis & Gentile, P.A. if you are a T-Mobile customer and believe you’ve been affected by this data breach.

The information obtained may contain sensitive personal information, including:

  • Names
  • Phone numbers
  • Driver’s license numbers
  • Social Security numbers

The stolen data for T-Mobile customers included their first and last names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, and driver’s license/ID information. The combination of data that the hackers have obtained could be a perfect storm for SMS-based phishing attacks and much more.

If you are a T-Mobile customer, you may qualify to join this data breach class action lawsuit investigation for failing to keep your information safe and secure.

Get Help – It’s FREE! Fill out the form on this page for more information.

How did T-Mobile’s Data Breach?

Who’s Affected?

T-Mobile confirmed being hit by a data breach on Monday August 16th, 2021. “We have determined that unauthorized access to some T-Mobile data occurred,” a spokesperson said in a statement. But “we are confident that the entry point used to gain access has been closed.”

According to T-Mobile, criminals acquired the personal data of almost 50 million consumers. The company on August 15 said it is looking into an alleged massive data breach compromising over 100 million users based on a claim made in an underground forum post, according to Vice’s Motherboard.

Law firms have filed a class-action suit against T-Mobile in Washington state seeking compensatory damages, reimbursement of out‐of‐pocket costs, improvements to T-Mobile’s data security systems, future annual audits, and adequate credit monitoring.

What to do after T-Mobile’s data breach?

How to Protect Yourself

There’s no easy way to prevent a thief from using your Social Security number or your driver’s license number, but there are things you can do to limit the impact of having such personal info exposed to criminals.

  • Freeze Your Credit. That makes it difficult for identity thieves to open new accounts in your name. It requires contacting each of the three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion
  • Beef up your password game.While password information doesn’t seem to have been affected by the T-Mobile breach, the company is suggesting that customers change their passwords
  • Use multifactor authentication.In addition to using strong, unique passwords for every online account, it’s also smart to set up multifactor authentication, often called two-factor authentication.
  • Contact Shamis & Gentile, P.A. Fill out a form on this page to see if you qualify to join T-Mobile data breach class action lawsuit.

Do You Qualify to join T-Mobile Data Breach Lawsuit?

If you are a T-Mobile customer, you may qualify to join this data breach class action lawsuit investigation for failing to keep your information safe and secure.

Get Help – It’s FREE! Fill out the form on this page for more information and one of our attorney’s will review your information and contact you if you’re eligible to join this lawsuit!

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