Are you a victim of the MidFirst Bank data breach?
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Data Breach Class Action
August 22, 2023 -- Attention: victims of the MidFirst Bank data breach.
There is very little information currently available regarding the MidFirst Bank data breach.
An UNKNOWN number of individuals were affected by the MidFirst Bank data breach.
Breached data may include, but is not necessarily limited to: Name; Social Security Number; Financial Data (i.e., debit card number, account number, or credit card number).
For more information about steps you can take to possibly reduce the chances harm arising from a data breach, please review the following article: What are some steps you can take if you've been the victim of a data breach?
Additional information about the MidFirst Bank data breach may be found here: MidFirst Bank.
Established in 1982, MidFirst Bank, headquartered in Oklahoma City, boasts over $30 billion in assets and caters to 900,000 clients. It stands as the most substantial privately-held bank in the U.S. The bank has branches across Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, and Arizona and offers services like commercial loans, wealth management, personal banking, and nationwide mortgage servicing. Furthermore, 1st Century Bank operates under the umbrella of MidFirst Bank in Southern California. MidFirst Bank provides an extensive array of services, including personal and commercial banking, trust services, private banking, and mortgage banking solutions. The bank is notably proficient in commercial real estate lending and holds a significant position in servicing mortgage loans across the country. Its main operational areas encompass Oklahoma City, Tulsa, western Oklahoma regions, Houston, Dallas, Denver, and Phoenix.
If you believe you are a victim of the MidFirst 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 MidFirst Bank or any affiliated companies.