Nearly Half of All T-Mobile Users Have Their Personal Info Stolen

Upwards of fifty-six million T-Mobile subscribers have now had their personal information stolen in one of the largest data breaches we have ever seen. For California consumers, thanks to a new law, the Consumer Privacy Protection Act, you have rights! The California Consumer Privacy Act, allows an aggrieved consumer to file suit and collect up to $750.00 in cash compensation for T-Mobile’s negligence in failing to protect their database with customer information.

If you are a T-Mobile customer, or were in the past, there is a nearly 50% chance that your name, email address, phone number, social security number, or home address has been compromised and is now in the hands of hackers and the dark web. However, the California Privacy Law gives you the right to sue T-Mobile for this egregious lack of proper security guarding your information. You can collect up to $750.00 in cash damages, and our California consumer privacy law firm will not charge you any legal fees or costs for our services. T-Mobile has to pay our fees per contracts with consumers, so you will not owe our firm a dime win or lose.

By law, T-Mobile must notify you that your personal information has been stolen in the data breach.  If you are a T-Mobile customer, past or present, and have not been notified that you were a victim of this massive data theft, ask T-Mobile by dialing 611 from your T-Mobile cellular telephone, or calling 1-800-937-8997. T-Mobile must tell you the truth and let you know if you are a victim.

Martin & Bontrager, APC helps consumers who have been subject to data leaks and hacks. If you are a victim of this mass negligence, T-Mobile has violated your consumer rights. Let our team of experienced consumer lawyers get you the compensation you are entitled to, at no cost to you. Contact us at  www.mblawapc.com/ or at 323-940-1700 for a free consultation today.