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P&E Solutions Admits to Client Data Stolen. – Debi

By on October 31, 2010
P&E Solutions Admits to Client Data Stolen. – Debi

IN JUNE OF THIS YEAR I SIGNED UP WITH DEBT SELECT TO HELP ME WITH MY DEBT SHORTLY AFTER THE PERSON WHO I SIGNED UP WITH WAS NO LONGER WITH THE COMPANY ( A CO WORKER SIGNED UP TOO)

BOTH MY CO WORKER AND I JUST RECEIVED A LETTER FROM P&E SOLUTIONS SAYING OUR PERSONAL INFO HAS BEEN STOLEN FROM THEIR COMPUTERS AND THAT WE NEEDED TO PUT A FRUAD ALERT ON OUR CREDIT REPORTS. WHAT DO MY CO WORKER AND I DO NOW? WHO DO WE CALL TO ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT WHATS GOING ON

Debi




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4 Comments

  1. Shanetix

    November 1, 2010 at 11:18 am

    I’d say if there are a number of people affected — class action suit… I think it would make a great case given recent privacy issues associated with Facebook and such — very topical.

  2. Shanetix

    November 1, 2010 at 3:18 pm

    I’d say if there are a number of people affected — class action suit… I think it would make a great case given recent privacy issues associated with Facebook and such — very topical.

  3. Steve Rhode

    October 31, 2010 at 8:12 pm

    What you say seems to confirm what others have said. See some of the stories about FBL Associates and pay attention to what others have said in the comments.

    I’m not quite sure who is in charge of those accounts. FBL Associates has been fielding calls for those clients but keeps saying the are not a settlement company. See the comments on this story.

    What numbers are you calling to try and reach someone?

    Steve

  4. Steve Rhode

    November 1, 2010 at 12:12 am

    What you say seems to confirm what others have said. See some of the stories about FBL Associates and pay attention to what others have said in the comments.

    I’m not quite sure who is in charge of those accounts. FBL Associates has been fielding calls for those clients but keeps saying the are not a settlement company. See the comments on this story.

    What numbers are you calling to try and reach someone?

    Steve

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