OrderExpress, Inc. is a major financial services business throughout IL, PA, GA, CA, DE, AR, AZ, SC, TX, WA, WI, and OH. The company earns more than $51 million in revenue each year and employs over 130 individuals. The business provides money transfers, check cashing services, small loans, money orders, and more.
Different information may have been leaked for each individual exposed by this data breach. The company sent out different information to each person receiving a breach letter. Along with random pieces of data, the following bits of information were likely exposed.
The OrderExpress data breach occurred because an individual was able to access the network containing delicate files without consent from the company. Once inside the file network, the hacker could have copied, deleted, and shared delicate files about any of the customers relying on the company for its financial services.
OrderExpress first discovered suspicious activity on September 7, 2022. The individual was able to access confidential files between July 29 and September 7, 2022.
This OrderExpress breach impacts current and past customers of OrderExpress. Since most customers of the company are receiving some form of financial services, their finances and credit could be negatively impacted by the breach.
There's no exact count of the number of OrderExpress files affected by the data breach. It's possible that thousands of customers in multiple states had their information exposed and that their finances are at risk due to the sensitive information being exposed. If you receive a letter from OrderExpress, be sure to monitor your credit history closely and watch your financial accounts for unexpected changes.