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500,000+ Customers Exposed By Data Breach Exposing Personal Information

(April 27, 2017)

California-based auto lending company Alliance Direct Lending Corporation left the personal information of at least over half-a-million customers (500,000+) exposed online, according to Kromtech Security Researchers.

The exposed information consisted of: Full names, addresses, FICO credit scores, vehicle information, and the last four digits of Social Security numbers. In addition, there were instances where audio recordings were leaked of conversations between customers and lenders. These calls included the names of customers, dates of birth, Social Security numbers and phone numbers.


Who is Responsible For a Data Breach?

It is important for companies that deal in sensitive information to protect the personal information that their customers entrust them with.

Do not take on a company alone when your personal information is stolen due to a company’s negligence.

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If you were notified that your private information was compromised due to the data breach, you may have a legal claim.

You can get help now by filling out the form on this page for a free case evaluation.

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