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Fifth Third Bank

Data Breach Class Action Investigation


Attention: Fifth Third Bank Customers

A class action lawsuit investigation is under way regarding the confirmed data breach of customer information from Fifth Third Bank.

According to Fifth Third Bank, former employees stole extremely sensitive customer data from Fifth Third Bank. The stolen data includes: name, Social Security number, driver's license information, mother's maiden name, address, phone number, date of birth and account numbers.

Even though the data breach notice from Fifth Third Bank states that the bank has "not detected any fraudulent activity on your accounts," because of the type of information involved, the danger to affected consumers of potential identity theft and other fraudulent activity cannot be overstated. It is important to understand that fraudulent activity undertaken via the misuse of the breached data would not be known by Fifth Third Bank unless the activity was undertaken at Fifth Third Bank.

For example, thieves could use the sensitive detailed data stolen from Fifth Third Bank to set up credit card accounts anywhere and fraudulent charges would remain undetected until reported to one of the credit reporting agencies.

If you believe you are a victim of the Fifth Third Bank 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 Fifth Third Bank or any affiliated companies.

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