LoanDepot, Inc. Data Breach Lawsuit
Stueve Siegel Hanson, a national leader in data breach and privacy cases, is investigating potential claims against LoanDepot, a retail mortgage lender, resulting from a ransomware attack that exposed the personal information of approximately 16.6 million people.
If you receive a notification that your personal information may have been compromised in this breach, please fill out a contact form below.
LoanDepot Data Breach
LoanDepot is one of the nation's largest retail mortgage lenders. On January 8, 2024, LoanDepot disclosed that it suffered a data breach where an unauthorized party gained access to certain technology systems within the company, resulting in certain systems and services being taken offline.
As part of providing its services, LoanDepot collects and retains significant amounts of customer information including names, addresses, credit information, driver’s licenses, and financial account information. LoanDepot has not yet disclosed what information was compromised in the breach but did confirm that an unauthorized third party gained access to sensitive personal information of approximately 16.6 million individuals in its systems.
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If you receive a notification that your personal information may have been compromised in this breach, please contact our team of attorneys by calling 877-536-1986 or emailing email@example.com, or by filling out a contact us form below.
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