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michael retta Aug 13
Could you please explain the security breach you guys just allowed by showing me someone else’s credit scores and active accounts. I could navigate literally someone else’s most personal information. I have screenshots.
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Raven Nelson Aug 12
Please help me get 's attention: : My husband is trying to gain a...
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Kaspersky Aug 15
"First time logging in it gave me my information, but as soon as I refreshed the screen, it gave me someone else’s info... Refreshed again and bam! someone else’s info — it’s like roulette."
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Hoyos Integrity 15h
faced a lapse as users were served other people’s account information upon login. via of
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BootyColl 15h
Remember when emailed me because they were concerned someone else was paying my bills ? 🙃
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Bryce Austin Aug 16
Accessing data from accounts that are not yours is the definition of a . Literally. I'd love to meet the lawyer and/or marketing person that told it's OK to say that this is not a breach. It's a breach.
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Quinn™ Aug 14
when I use your account overview it keeps showing me random peoples account history and balances instead of my own
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GeoLang Aug 16
Users of credit monitoring site have complained that they were served other people’s account information when they logged in: via
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Ask Victoria Aug 18
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Stacking Benjamins Aug 14
“What our members experienced this morning was a technical malfunction that has now been fixed. There is no evidence of a ,” Emily Donohue, spokesperson via
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Rohan Isawe Aug 15
I guess I trusted you a lot 😞
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Joe Saul-Sehy Aug 14
Today is . Somehow, I don't think that means someone else should check your accounts ... via
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PYMNTS Aug 16
users given other people’s account information due to glitch:
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AGT 22h
Credit Karma exposed users to other people's accounts.⚠️💳
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PYMNTS Aug 15
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Joel Winston Aug 14
Credit Report Roulette. 😬😬
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Raymond Tsang Aug 17
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Kendall Taylor Aug 17
If repairing one's credit is as easy as sending some dispute letters to the credit bureaus then why doesn't everyone have good credit?
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DigeTekS, LLC Aug 16
Lovely. Reach out to Credit Karma if you can view information that isn't yours.
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