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Tackle, Tennis, and Skate Warehouse Data Breach Lawsuit

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One data breach could mean a lifetime of vulnerability if your information was compromised. Be proactive by resecuring your information and joining others in a data breach lawsuit today.

We here at The Lyon Firm take on data breach cases to help recover compensation for those impacted by cybersecurity hacks and identity theft. We also work to bring real consequences to companies that don’t do enough to protect the data of individuals.

The latest three major breaches are with the Tackle, Tennis, and Skate Warehouse retail companies. Read on to learn what information was compromised, how many people were affected, and how you can join in the lawsuit if you were among those victimized by data theft.

What Information Was Compromised in the Tackle, Tennis, and Skate Warehouse Data Breach?

Anyone who entered their information to make a purchase with Tackle Warehouse, Tennis Warehouse, or Skate Warehouse may be among the 1.8+ million Americans whose data has been compromised. The information that is now vulnerable to worldwide cyber thieves includes:

  • Credit/debit card numbers
  • Financial account numbers
  • Security codes
  • Access codes
  • Passwords
  • Account PINs

Once revealed, this sensitive information gets exchanged over the internet, and could be used to create fraudulent accounts in your name, damage your credit score, and involve you in legal reports of theft.

What Should You Do After a Data Breach or Identity Theft?

If you’ve received a data breach notification letter, have an account with, or have made a purchase through Tackle, Tennis, or Skate Warehouse, here are the first steps you should take to protect your personal information and identity:

  • Change your passwords: Your first line of defense is to update your passwords to complex and unique strings of characters. You can do this yourself, or utilize password management systems like LastPass which generate random passwords and organize them for easy cross-device access.
  • Place a freeze on your credit: The United States allows three credit reporting agencies to monitor your credit information. Create or log into your accounts with TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian to stop any new credit line creation.
  • Contact a data breach attorney: Reach out to the data breach lawyers at The Lyon Firm to discuss your situation and sign on for representation with the million+ other individuals who have had their financial information compromised.

Once your data has been breached, it’s your responsibility to go on the defense and follow up with any fraudulent activity before it involves you in a criminal matter. These are stressful, burdensome chores that can last for years, all because a company was careless with your trusted information.

Call The Lyon Firm at 513-381-2333 for data breach lawsuit representation against Tackle, Tennis, and Skate Warehouse. Your action today could earn you compensation for your time and/or losses in dealing with the identity theft risks, and incentivize online companies to take better care of an individual’s important information.

You didn’t cause this breach, and you shouldn’t have to deal with the consequences of it alone.

How Can You Join the Tackle, Tennis, and Skate Warehouse Data Breach Lawsuit?

A breach in cybersecurity has serious, long-term repercussions. You didn’t cause this breach, and you shouldn’t have to deal with the consequences of it alone.

The Lyon Firm is currently involved in multiple data breach lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs nationwide, and we are actively pursuing Tackle, Tennis, and Skate Warehouse data breach claims. If your information was affected, you deserve experienced representation on your side.

When shopping online, you expect your financial information to be as safe as it would be at any brick-and-mortar retail space. The reality of a data breach means that someone was negligent with your data—let us help you hold them accountable. Contact The Lyon Firm at 513-381-2333 for a free data theft and identity theft consultation.