July 15, 2019
EatStreet Data Breach Class Action
Millions of EatStreet’s users face an increased risk of identity theft following a massive data breach that resulted in the loss of private personal information, including sensitive financial information. Contact Astanehe Law if you used EatStreet – you can recover for the loss of your private information!
San Francisco, California – On June 18, 2019, the hacker Gnositcplayers claimed responsibility for hacking EatStreet, a restaurant delivery service. The data breach impacted more than six million EatStreet users nationwide and occurred from May 3 and until at least May 17. During the data breach, the hackers accessed critical customer information, including names, credit card numbers, billing addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers.
Victims of a data breach like this are at an increased risk for identity theft and fraud. Some victims may have already suffered identity theft. If you have received a notice that your private personal information was involved in this data breach, contact Astanehe Law.
Astanehe Law is investigating a potential class action against EatStreet on behalf of its users related to the data breach and loss of private personal information. If you have used EatStreet, have an EatStreet account, or believe your private personal information was compromised in the EatStreet data breach, please contact Astanehe Law for further information.
Astanehe Law will provide you with a free legal consultation so you can understand your rights and potential class action remedies. Astanehe Law is currently litigating national data breach class action lawsuits, including the Volt Data Breach Litigation. Astanehe Law represents its class action clients on a contingency fee basis – meaning there are no upfront costs to bring a lawsuit.