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California residents whose identities, personal data, and financial information have been exposed by First American Financial Corporation may receive justice and cash compensation, but sadly most of them are simply unaware of their rights.
According to a shocking report recently published by KrebsOnSecurity, approximately 885 million documents related to mortgage deals and dating back to 2003 have been exposed by First American Financial Corporation. Such records included Social Security numbers, driver’s license images, bank account numbers and statements, mortgage and tax documents, and wire transaction receipts.
First American is one of the top title insurance firms in the United States and is often party to both the buyer and lender sides of real estate transactions across the country. Many of the exposed files are records of wire transactions with bank account numbers and other information from home or property buyers and sellers.
Quick version: If you were a party to a transaction that involved First American, your sensitive data may have been exposed and you may be entitled to receive cash compensation. Applying for a claim evaluation is quick, free, and 100% confidential.
It is absolutely unacceptable that First American failed to securely store sensitive information provided by its customers and 3rd parties.
Some Victims of this Data Breach Are Worried That Having an Attorney Represent Them Will Require Out-Of-Pocket Expenses
Sadly, some victims will not take this opportunity to rectify their wrong because they are concerned about incurring out-of-pocket expenses when they apply for this service. This is not only wrong, but it’s in fact, quite the opposite!
Applying for a claim evaluation is free, confidential, and there is absolutely no cost.
Maybe What Happened To Me Wasn’t That Big Of A Deal
Some people affected by this data breach may downplay what happened to them and try to push it to the back of their mind. Not only does this cause emotional distress over time, but this is the very reason why companies have been getting away with their wrongdoings.
What even more shocking is that most people simply don’t know what happened to their private information and who has access to it.
The information about you that may have been inappropriately accessed may include your name, Social Security number, date of birth, driver’s license images, bank account numbers, and other sensitive financial information.
When you see if you qualify right now, you take one step closer to demanding justice and also supporting other people who had their private information disclosed.
Time to bring a claim is limited by a statute.
Apply Now To Timely Request Your Claim Evaluation.