Marriott Data Breach
AttorneysJason T. Dennett
Marriott Data Breach
Marriott International announced on November 30 that a breach of its Starwood guest reservation database exposed the personal information of up to 500 million people.
The breach revealed the personal information of customers who made reservations for the Marriott-owned Starwood hotel brands from 2014 to September 2018. If you stayed at a Sheraton, Westin, W Hotels, St. Regis, Four Points, Aloft, Le Méridien, Tribute, Design Hotels, Element, or Luxury Collection hotel during that time, your information may have been lost.
According to Marriott, the attackers accessed people’s names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, passport numbers, dates of birth, gender, Starwood loyalty program account information, and reservation information. For some, they also stole payment card numbers and expiration dates. While Marriott says the payment card numbers were encrypted, it does not yet know if the attackers also stole the information needed to decrypt them.
If your passport number was in Starwood’s system, obtaining a new passport number is the only sure way to prevent fraud. A new passport number costs $110. If you stayed at one of the hotels listed above while travelling abroad, please contact us by clicking HERE. There is no charge for us to review your claim.
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