No, not yet. Data was compromised about a month ago. I didn't think we would be involved so I haven't even checked my credit report yet. But that's not to say that it won't lead to identity or or theft.
I understand. I guess my frustration is that my data has not been protected and in fact whole-sale distributed to a vendor that had no business having it. I will now have to watch mine and my husbands credit like a hawk In perpetuity. I could be "injured" by this decades from now.
The City is offering 1 year of protection, but they have announced it on the news. So now the "crooks" can just hang on to the information until next year and have a field day.
Doesn't the City have a duty to protect this information? and not distribute it to anyone without my or my husband's express or implied constant?
I thought that along would make it neglegence.
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