The Legal Examiner Affiliate Network The Legal Examiner The Legal Examiner The Legal Examiner search instagram avvo phone envelope checkmark mail-reply spinner error close The Legal Examiner The Legal Examiner The Legal Examiner
Skip to main content

RBS WorldPay , an Atlanta-based merchant-acquiring and pre-paid card provider, announced a breach of its data security. The breach occurred in the computer system, with 1.5 million cardholders having their personal information, including social security numbers, being compromised. Though the company, formerly known as RBS Lynk, discovered the breach on November 10, 2008, it did not publicly report the breach until December 23, 2008. RBS WorldPay has not released information on how the breach happened or when it began, and has not provided details on what steps it has taken to mitigate the risk to its customers. According to RBS WorldPay, affected cardholders have been notified of the security breach and there is information on its website about the breach. This type of security breach is developing into a serious problem for the payment card industry, with customers’ personal information being vulnerable to computer hackers.

If you have been notified of this security breach by RBS WorldPay, contact Sheller, P.C. We are law firm dedicated to the protection of individual rights. Our sole focus is on helping individuals and families. We have an experienced team of trial lawyers that focus exclusively on the representation of plaintiffs in Mass Tort and Class Action litigation.

Comments for this article are closed.