Markovits, Stock & DeMarco, a law firm experienced in data breach cases, is investigating claims on behalf of victims of a data breach involving data entrusted to R&B Corporation of Virginia which operates under the name Credit Control Corporation (“CCC”). If you received a notice of data breach letter or email from CCC, please contact us as soon as possible to understand your legal rights in response to the data breach.
Credit Control Corporation, a large debt collection and debt related services entity operating out of Newport News, Virginia, recently disclosed that in 2023, primarily on or between March 2-7, 2023, an unauthorized third party was able to gain access to its network and obtain personal and private information of CCC data owners.
Credit Control Corporation confirmed that on March 7, 2023, it became aware of unusual activity involving some of the systems within its network. In the weeks that followed, CCC began investigating the scope, cause, and extent of the data breach. On May 4, 2023, after uncovering that the data breach may have compromised individuals’ sensitive personal information stored on its systems, CCC began notifying individuals of the breach and their possible exposure.
WHAT INFORMATION WAS EXPOSED IN THE DATA BREACH?
An unauthorized third-party was purportedly able to access the following information pertaining to individuals connected to CCC or its business partners:
- Full names;
- Social Security numbers;
- Addresses; and
- Account numbers, balances, and dates of services.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I RECEIVED NOTIFICATION OF THE CCC DATA BREACH?
If you would like to have a free, confidential consultation with an attorney to learn more about your rights and potential legal remedies in responding to the Credit Control Corporation data breach, please contact Markovits, Stock & DeMarco attorney Terry Coates at (513) 651-3700, email us at [email protected], or submit a Case Evaluation request through the form below.
 See https://creditcontrol.net/notice-of-data-incident/ (last accessed May 17, 2023)
 https://apps.web.maine.gov/online/aeviewer/ME/40/6a11760a-5f54-4fa7-b222-f74eed5cf516.shtml (last accessed May 17)