Case Overview

FeganScott is launching an investigation into the loanDepot data breach that occurred during a January 2024 cyberattack against the California-based loan and mortgage lender.

According to media reports, the private data of nearly 17 million current and former customers across the United States, including Social Security numbers and financial account and contact information, was breached.

In early February, loanDepot began notifying customers whose information was stolen during the cyberattack.

If your personal data was impacted, please contact our firm today to learn more about our investigation.

What happened?

On or about January 4,2024, loanDepot identified a potential incident affecting its systems. An investigation by loanDepot into the incident determined that between January 3 and January 5, 2024, an unauthorized party gained access to certain parts of the company’s system, stealing the personal information for nearly 17 million LoanDepot customers in the process.

LoanDepot believes that the personal information of not only current and former customers was impacted during the breach, but also individuals who inquired about loan products but may not have pursued them.

LoanDepot began notifying impacted customers through letters and emails in early February 2024.

To view an example of the notification, click here.

What information was stolen?

LoanDepot launched and managed an investigation into the cyber security issue it experienced on or about January 4, 2024, which revealed that the incident may have impacted customers’ personal information, including:

  • Name
  • Physical address
  • Email address
  • Financial account numbers
  • Social Security number
  • Phone number
  • Date of Birth

What to do if your personal information was impacted

If you received a notification from loanDepot that your personal information may have been stolen as a result of the data breach the company experienced in early January, you may be entitled to compensation.

Contact our firm today by filling out the form on this webpage for a free, no obligation consultation to learn more about how our team can help you.