Migliaccio & Rathod, LLP, is investigating NCB Managment Services and Bank of America for releasing sensitive information in a data breach. NCB is a national accounts receivable company that used to have a contract with Bank of America. If you had a credit card with Bank of America, and you received a letter from NCB informing you of a security incident (data breach), you may be eligible.
NCB discovered, on February 4th, that an unauthorized party had gained access to its systems. Contained in those systems was data about Bank of America credit card holders, including Social Security numbers (SSNs), dates of birth, first and last names, addresses, phone numbers, employment details, credit card numbers, routing numbers, and how much money was in each account. With such a wide range of information, NCB and Bank of America had an obligation to protect it.
All of the information released is valuable and dangerous. In previous data breaches, victims of data theft have noticed identity theft attempts ranging from fraudulent charges on bank accounts or credit cards, to medical services or government services ordered in their name, to their information being posted on the dark web.
Have you received a data breach letter from NCB Mangement Services or from Bank of America?
The notice would begin with the line: “We are writing to you in regard to a security incident at NCB Management Services, Inc. (“NCB”).” It might have the subject line Re: Notice of Data Breach.
If you received such a notice, we would like to hear from you. Please complete the contact form on this page, send us an email at email@example.com, or give us a call at (202) 470-3520. The lawyers at Migliaccio & Rathod LLP have years of experience in class action litigation against large corporations, including in cases involving data breaches such as this. More information about our current cases and investigations is available on our blog.