Thread regarding AT&T layoffs

You get what you pay for

Some former customers aren't getting their free 1 year credit monitoring code for the data breach, and the Indian support reps are essentially telling them to get bent because they can't find them in the system.

As a current domestic employee, I'd like to apologize on behalf of our spineless leadership and the hole they dug to get to this point. They tried to penny pinch and now it's going to cost them twice as much in class action lawsuits.

All I can say is good luck legal team. They have one he-l of a fight ahead of them.

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I agree with all the people asking why the heck was T saving SSNs in their system? Do the credit check, sure, then just delete that data. But regardless, it's actually kind of weird how outraged everyone is when Equifax lost more data on more than double the number of Americans a few years ago, and nothing happened to them. I got my $5 from that class action, people will get theirs from T, and everyone will forget about it like we always do.

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Post ID: @3vxw+1s7HhfGS

I got a year of monitoring after five or six years off AT&T.

It’s really odd that this could have been avoided with better encryption on the $T servers holding the CPI. Sad, really.

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Post ID: @2rmt+1s7HhfGS

Clown world. They leaked my dam ssn 3 years ago and we are just finding out? WTH total neglect. This company is a total cesspool and I will be seeking legal assistance. Sick of Att and all their dysfunctional baggage. I don’t use any of their products any more and I got my pension away from them and I still can not get rid of their dysfunctional baggage.

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Post ID: @1dqm+1s7HhfGS

https://cwalocal9333.com/att-data-breach-update/

some good info on that data breach. it is very sad to see how much data was stolen!

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Post ID: @1dce+1s7HhfGS

I have 4 years of 3 bureau credit monitoring from the Equifax breach that overlaps AT&T's puny year of monitoring. I think I need a cash payment in lieu of monitoring.

I think everybody should sit pat, particularly if, by accepting AT&T's credit monitoring, the customer is waiving participation in a class action suit.

AT&T wants to decide on the disposition of this matter, and I think a judge should do that.

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