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Capsule
Data Breach Class Action

May 31, 2022, Attention: victims of the Capsule data breach.

Online pharmacy Capsule recently disclosed that on or about April 5, 2022, unauthorized individuals accessed Capsule's computer systems. Capsule claims that it immediately began a computer forensics investigation to determine the extent of the data breach. Through that investigation, Capsule determined that certain Capsule accounts were compromised. Capsule subsequently filed data breach notices with various states and the federal government indicating that Capsule's customer data was the target of a data breach. Although information from Capsule regarding the data breach is very limited, it is believed that Capsule's network servers were breached in a hacking or similar IT incident.

Approximately 27,486 individuals were affected by the Capsule data breach.

Breached data may include, but is not necessarily limited to: demographic data (e.g., name, address, phone number, email, date of birth, and sex), medical data (e.g., prescribed medication data and/or medical condition data), previous pharmacy order data, some payment card data (e.g. expiration dates and last partial digits of payment cards), insurance data (e.g., cardholder identification data and group identification data), and the content of customers' direct messages with Capsule agents.

Capsule has advised individuals affected by the Capsule data breach to carefully examine their Capsule account for any inaccurate information or data. Capsule has also instructed its users to reset different passwords for different Capsule accounts, to not reuse previously used passwords, and to use difficult-to-guess passwords.

To mitigate potential harm from the data breach, Capsule is encouraging affected individuals to contact Experian and to enroll in the available free identity protection services per the instructions on the Notice of Security Incident.

Additional information about the Capsule data breach may be found here: Capsule Notice of Security Incident.

Founded in 2015, Capsule is an ePharmacy that fulfills and delivers prescriptions in several large metropolitan areas in the United States including: Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Nashville, Philadelphia, Tampa, the Twin Cities, and Washington DC. During the height of the COVID pandemic, Capsule secured $300 million in capital funding to expand its services to new cities and to further develop health related products and services including telehealth products and mental health support services.

If you believe you are a victim of the Capsule data breach, and would like to participate in a class action lawsuit regarding this data breach, please submit your information via the form on this webpage. This website is not associated with nor authorized by Capsule or any affiliated companies.