Data Breach

Gresser Inc. Data Breach: Know Your Rights

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You May Be Entitled to Compensation

If you've received a notice from Gresser Inc. or suspect your personal information has been compromised due to the recent data breach, it's crucial to understand your rights. Lawyers are ready to help you navigate this challenging situation and may assist you in seeking compensation for any harm suffered as a result of the breach.

What Happened?

Between July 7, 2023, and July 10, 2023, Gresser Inc. experienced a significant network disruption, leading to unauthorized access to certain systems. The construction giant, known for its large-scale projects across North America, confirmed that personal data, including first and last names along with other consolidated data elements, were potentially accessed during this period. The breach was disclosed to the California Attorney General's office, and a detailed Notice to Consumers was published on March 19, 2024.

Your Rights and Next Steps

Immediate Action:
- Review the Notice to Consumers from Gresser Inc. to understand the specifics of the data compromised. - Take advantage of the complimentary credit monitoring and identity protection services offered by Gresser Inc. by enrolling before June 19, 2024, using the provided enrollment code.

Stay Vigilant:
- Regularly check your financial statements and credit reports for any unauthorized transactions or changes. - You're entitled to one free credit report per year from each of the three major credit bureaus – TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax. Obtain these reports by visiting or calling 1-877-322-8228.

Protect Your Credit:
- Consider placing a fraud alert on your credit files to make it harder for someone to open new accounts in your name. - Alternatively, a credit freeze can prevent lenders from accessing your credit reports altogether, providing even greater security.

Contact Information:
- If you have questions or need assistance, reach out to Gresser Inc.'s dedicated assistance line at 1-888-631-6999.

Legal Rights:
- You have the right to file a police report if you suspect identity theft. - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) also provides resources for identity theft victims at

Additional Resources:
- For more detailed steps and information on how to protect your personal information, refer to the comprehensive guidance provided in the Notice to Consumers.

Joining a Lawsuit

If you've been affected by the Gresser Inc. data breach, you may have the option to join a class action lawsuit to seek compensation. By completing the below form, you can register your interest in participating in legal action against Gresser Inc. Lawyers are ready to help guide you through this process and work towards securing the justice and compensation you deserve.

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