If you have had your personal information impacted by the Transcredit data breach, contact a data privacy attorney to investigate your claim. You may be able to file a class action data breach lawsuit to compensate you for your time, financial losses, and future risk of identity theft.
Recently, a security researcher allegedly found an unsecured Transcredit data leak of 822,789 records of user information. The database may have included data on truckers, transport companies, loans, repayment, and debt collections, including banking information and tax ID numbers and/or Social Security Numbers.
Data records also may have included Transcredit customers first and last names, emails, and bank information. These thousands of individuals could be at risk of tax fraud and identity theft.
It is not clear if the Transcredit data breach was due to negligence by a contractor or a hack by a 3rd party who had access to the system.