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Stoltmann Law Offices, P.C. is evaluating cases for Robinhood clients whose personal identifying information or other confidential information that was exposed to a hacker according to a November 8 notice sent out by the company. The notice sent to clients stated that, on November 3, 2021:

“The unauthorized party socially engineered a customer support employee by phone and obtained access to certain customer support systems. At this time, we understand that the unauthorized party obtained a list of email addresses for approximately five million people, and full names for a different group of approximately two million people. We also believe that for a more limited number of people – approximately 310 in total – additional personal information, including name, date of birth, and zip code, was exposed, with a subset of approximately 10 customers having more extensive account details revealed. We are in the process of making appropriate disclosures to affected people.”

Robinhood clients impacted by this data breach could have viable claims for recovery if the victim can establish actual damages. If your credit has been compromised, if you have paid for credit monitoring, if you are the victim of a subsequent data breach that cost you money, you could have a viable claim for recovery. Stoltmann Law Offices is exploring all options to help victims of this data breach.

Chicago-based Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating incidences of investors whose brokerage accounts have been hacked. Market regulators are investigating reports that customers of the popular online trading app Robinhood were ripped off. Hackers reportedly obtained account information of Robinhood customers, then transferred funds out of their accounts. The customers have contacted the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and FINRA, the securities industry regulator, to probe the thefts.

How safe is your money in an online brokerage account? It should be protected by numerous safeguards, although lately cyberthieves have found a way to steal money directly from investors. During the COVID pandemic, online trading soared, with millions of day traders using their phones and other devices to trade stocks and other securities. But as a recent wave of customer complaints suggest, their accounts have been hacked and money taken from their accounts, according to Bloomberg News.

In a statement to Bloomberg, Robinhood did not take responsibility for the thefts:

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