Data Breach

SinglePoint Outsourcing Data Breach Investigation

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Shamis & Gentile P.A., one of the nation's premier class action law firms specializing in data breach cases, is investigating the SinglePoint Outsourcing, Inc. data breach. If you were affected by the data breach, your sensitive personally identifiable information may have been exposed, and you may be eligible for compensation.

About SinglePoint Outsourcing, Inc.

SinglePoint Outsourcing, Inc., a human resources company based in California, offers comprehensive outsourcing solutions aimed at propelling businesses to new levels of success. As a privately held corporation, SinglePoint prides itself on integrating their staff with clients to develop tailored strategies for success, leveraging top-tier people, processes, and programs.

The November 2023 Data Breach

In late 2023, SinglePoint Outsourcing experienced a significant data breach. An unauthorized individual accessed certain files between November 8, 2023, and November 9, 2023. The breach was discovered on January 11, 2024, and affected a reported total of 11,096 individuals across the United States. The types of consumer information exposed include:

  • First and last name
  • Social Security number
  • Date of birth
  • Driver's license number
  • Bank account information
  • Financial account numbers or credit/debit card numbers in combination with security codes, access codes, passwords, or PINs

Your Rights and Next Steps

If your information was compromised in this breach, it's crucial to take immediate action to protect your identity and financial integrity. Here are steps you can take:

  1. Monitor Your Accounts: Regularly review your bank and credit card statements for any unauthorized transactions.
  2. Credit Monitoring: Enroll in the free credit monitoring services offered by SinglePoint to stay informed of changes to your credit report.
  3. Place a Fraud Alert: Contact one of the major credit bureaus (Experian, TransUnion, Equifax) to place a free fraud alert on your credit reports.
  4. Consider a Credit Freeze: This prevents creditors from accessing your credit report entirely, which stops new credit from being opened in your name.
  5. Report Any Fraudulent Activity: If you detect any suspicious activity, report it immediately to your bank and credit bureaus.

Joining a Lawsuit

If you've been affected by the SinglePoint Outsourcing data breach, you may be entitled to compensation. Lawyers are ready to help guide you through the process of securing what you may be owed due to this breach. Please consider filling out the below form to join the lawsuit and protect your rights.


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