In July 2020, the fintech company confirmed that 7,516,625 of their customers had been affected by a security breach after user information was discovered being offered for sale on a public forum.
The company blamed the breach on their former business partner which provided their engineering teams with analytics services. The exposed information included real names, phone numbers, emails, birth dates and home addresses as well as encrypted Social Security numbers. Bank account numbers, credit card numbers and records of financial transactions were not impacted by the breach.
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