Data Breach

Double Eagle Natural Resources Data Breach

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You May Be Entitled to Compensation

If you're one of the individuals affected by the recent data breach at Double Eagle Natural Resources, LP, it's important to understand that you may be entitled to compensation. This incident has potentially exposed sensitive personal information, and lawyers are ready to help you navigate through this challenging time and explore your legal options.

What Happened?

On November 10, 2023, Double Eagle detected unauthorized activity within their computer systems. After a detailed forensic investigation, it was revealed on February 14, 2024, that an unauthorized party may have accessed personal information. The information potentially compromised includes Social Security Numbers, which could put affected individuals at risk for identity theft and fraud.

The breach was disclosed to the Maine Attorney General's office, and the details were published on March 15, 2024. Nationwide, 9,040 people have been affected, with 7 of those being in the state of Maine. Double Eagle has provided written notice to consumers on the same day as the disclosure.

Your Rights and Next Steps

Regularly check your account statements and credit reports for any unauthorized activity. You are entitled to one free credit report annually from each of the major credit reporting bureaus.

You can place a free one-year fraud alert on your credit files, which requires businesses to verify your identity before extending credit. Alternatively, a credit freeze prevents credit bureaus from releasing your credit report without your consent.

Double Eagle has arranged for affected individuals to enroll in IDX's credit monitoring and identity protection services at no cost. This includes credit and CyberScan monitoring, a $1,000,000 insurance reimbursement policy, and fully managed ID theft recovery services. Enrollment is available until June 15, 2024, via

If you notice any unusual transactions or activity, promptly notify your financial institution and consider changing your passwords.

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If you are a victim of identity theft, file a report with local law enforcement and obtain a copy for your records.

Lawyers are ready to help you understand your rights and guide you through the process of seeking compensation for any damages incurred due to the breach.

Joining a Lawsuit

If you've been impacted by the Double Eagle data breach, you may have the right to join a class action lawsuit. By participating, you could receive compensation for any harm suffered as a result of the breach. To join the lawsuit, please complete the below form. Your information will be reviewed by legal professionals who are ready to assist you in this matter.

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