RBS WorldPay Security Breach
Sheller, P.C. files national class action on behalf of consumers
Sheller, P.C. has filed a class action lawsuit in U.S. District Court on behalf of consumers whose personal identification information was stolen from the computer network of RBS WorldPay, Inc.
History of the Class Action
The case alleges that RBS WorldPay exposed more than 1.5 million individuals personal identification information, including names, addresses, social security numbers and account numbers to computer hackers. More than 100 consumers have already been affected by the breach.
RBS WorldPay is an electronic payment processing service, based in Atlanta. In addition to processing debit, credit and ATM transactions, RBS WorldPay processes gift card and payroll card transactions. The security breach occurred when an unauthorized user accessed the companys computer system. As a result of the security breach, personal information was compromised. The breach was discovered on November 10, 2008. According to RBS WorldPay, it has notified the cardholders affected by this security breach, and is working with law enforcement to investigate the breach.
Sheller, P.C. has a team of experienced trial lawyers who specialize in class action and mass tort litigation. Our lawyers represent plaintiffs in class action and individual litigation in a variety of matters, ranging from consumer fraud and protection to defective drugs.
If you have been affected by the data breach and have any questions regarding this matter, please contact us, using the response form on this page or call (800) 883-2299. Attorney Jamie Sheller is leading the class action for Sheller, P.C.
Sheller, P.C. Attorney Jamie Sheller reports on the firm's RBS WorldPay class action: