United Home Loans
Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit

December 8, 2023 -- Attention: victims of the United Home Loans data breach.

Abington Cole + Ellery is investigating the recently announced United Home Loans data breach.

On or around March 15, 2023, United Home Loans identified unusual activities within its computer network system. In response to this discovery, the company claims it swiftly launched an in-depth inquiry, engaging with skilled cybersecurity experts who specialize in data security investigations. The cybersecurity investigation, which included forensic analysis and a review of documents, led to the determination that specific files on the company computer network, likely holding personal data, might have been accessed without authorization on or around November 10, 2023.

As a result of the data breach, United Home Loans is offering 12 months of free credit monitoring and/or identity theft protection services to affected individuals.

Approximately 5,000 individuals were affected by the United Home Loans data breach.

Breached data may include, but is not necessarily limited to: name, Social Security number and / or driver’s license number / government issued identification number, financial account number, digital signature, passport number, date of birth, and a birth and / or marriage certificate.

Additional information about the United Home Loans data breach may be found here: United Home Loans Data Breach Notification.

United Home Loans, established in 2002 and headquartered in Westchester, Illinois, is a private firm offering mortgage services. The company provides a variety of mortgage-related services such as FHA, VA, and jumbo loans, alongside refinancing and payment options. It offers diverse loan types including 30-year and 15-year fixed loans, ARM loans, jumbo loans, VA loans, FHA loans, HomeReady loans, renovation loans, and specific programs like the Doctor Loan Program and Bridge Loans.

The company claims it is noted for its efficient approval and closing procedures, often completing them within 30 days. United Home Loans facilitates digital applications for customer convenience and manages all aspects of the loan process. They also provide pre-approval for home buyers and educational resources for first-time buyers.

United Home Loans is licensed in various U.S. states, including Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin. This broad licensing enables them to cater to a diverse client base in different regions.

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?

If you believe you are a victim of the United Home Loans 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 United Home Loans or any affiliated companies.