T-Mobile, Experian Data Breach Exposes Personal Info For 15M Consumers

TMobileExperianBreachHackers have reportedly stolen personal information for around 15 million consumers from a database of T-Mobile customers and applicants that was held by Experian. The compromised data comes from anyone who applied for a T-Mobile account after Sept. 1, 2013 and before Sept. 16, 2015.

Anyone who applied for a new contract or financed a phone through T-Mobile in the last two years should keep a vigilant eye on their bank and card accounts.

Read the full article for details on Consumerist.com.

Visit our Identity Theft page for ways to protect yourself and your family members.

 

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