Home Depot Data Breach Investigation
Stueve Siegel Hanson is conducting an investigation of a security breach of customer data at Home Depot stores nationwide. On September 8, 2014, Home Depot confirmed that its customer data had been compromised and any customer who used a credit or debit card in its U.S. stores since April 2014 could be affected by the breach.
The possibility of a data breach was first raised by cyber security reporter Brian Krebs, who reported that multiple banks had seen evidence that Home Depot may be the source of stolen customer credit and debit cards put up for sale on internet black markets. According to Krebs, the hackers used variants of the same malicious software responsible for cyber-attacks on Target stores last December.
If you made purchases at a Home Depot since April 2014 and subsequently experienced unusual activity or fraud on your credit or debit card account, please contact us immediately by completing the form on this page or by calling us toll-free at 1-888-756-6493.
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