Data Breach

CVE North America, Inc Data Breach

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You May Be Entitled to Compensation

If you've received a notice regarding the CVE North America, Inc data breach, or suspect you might have been affected, it's important to understand that your sensitive information may have been compromised. Lawyers are ready to help you understand your rights and explore potential compensation for any harm or inconvenience you've experienced due to this incident.

What Happened?

CVE North America, Inc recently reported a data security incident that could have exposed personal details from your W-9 form, including your name, address, and tax identification or social security number. This breach was disclosed to the Attorney General's office in Massachusetts, and the notice to consumers was made public. If you're concerned about your information, you can review the full disclosure on the Massachusetts Attorney General's website.

Your Rights and Next Steps

Your personal information is valuable, and its exposure can lead to potential risks such as identity theft and fraud. Here are detailed steps you can take to protect yourself:

  • Monitor Your Credit Reports: You're entitled to a free credit report every twelve months from each of the nationwide consumer reporting agencies. Visit or call 1-877-322-8228 to request your reports. Keep an eye out for any unfamiliar activity.

  • Consider Credit Monitoring Services: CVE North America, Inc has arranged for affected individuals to enroll in Experian IdentityWorksSM at no cost for 24 months. You must enroll by May 31, 2024. Visit Experian IdentityWorksSM and use the unique activation code provided in your notice.

  • Place a Fraud Alert or Security Freeze: Contact one of the three major credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian, or TransUnion) to set up a fraud alert or a security freeze on your credit files. This can help prevent unauthorized accounts from being opened in your name.

  • Report Identity Theft: If you suspect identity theft, report it to the Federal Trade Commission at or call 1-877-ID-THEFT. You can also file a police report and contact your state’s attorney general.

  • Stay Vigilant: Regularly review your financial account statements for any signs of unauthorized transactions. If you find anything suspicious, report it to your financial institution immediately.

  • Know Your Legal Rights: Under Massachusetts law, you have the right to obtain any police report filed regarding this incident and, if you're a victim of identity theft, to file a police report and obtain a copy of it.

Joining a Lawsuit

If you've been affected by the CVE North America, Inc data breach, you may have the right to join a class action lawsuit. Participating in a lawsuit can potentially provide you with compensation for damages resulting from the breach. To take the first step in protecting your rights and joining a class action, please complete the below form. Lawyers are ready to help you navigate through this process and work towards the compensation you deserve.

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