ParkMobile Data Breach 2021


Scott+Scott Attorneys at Law, LLP (“Scott+Scott”), an international shareholder and consumer rights litigation firm, filed an action in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia against ParkMobile LLC (“ParkMobile”) for injuries customers suffered as a result of a data breach that occurred in March 2021 (“Data Breach”).

According to the plaintiff, ParkMobile allowed its customers’ personal and sensitive data information to be compromised when it failed to properly secure and safeguard personally identifiable information. The breach exposed protected personally identifiable information including customer’s names, email addresses, phone numbers, license plate information, and encrypted passwords. Although the passwords are encrypted, they could easily be identified by reversing the encryption.

The lawsuit seeks to recover damages that customers have incurred and will continue to incur as a result of this data breach, such as costs associated with changing passwords, paying for monitoring services, freezing accounts and credit cards, researching the data stolen in the Data Breach, avoiding additional charges for late fees as a result of the fraudulent activity, and/or risk to identities that naturally flowed from Defendants’ failure to protect their personal information.

If you received or were otherwise sent a notice that your data was potentially compromised due to ParkMobile’s Data Breach and would like additional information, please contact Sean Russell of Scott+Scott (srussell@scott-scott.com or (619) 233-4565) or fill out the form below. The complaint filed by Scott+Scott is available here: 2021-08-18 – 34 – AMENDED COMPLAINT against All Plaintiffs with Jury Demand filed by Tyler – Untitled Document


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