See Tickets Data Breach

Have you purchased tickets to a music festival or other live entertainment event using the See Tickets website in the last three years? Your financial information may have been stolen!

On October 25, 2022, See Tickets, owned by an overseas media company named Vivendi, confirmed a data breach which was ongoing for over two and a half years.  Customers who used See Tickets to purchase tickets at any time between June 25, 2019 and January 8, 2022 may have had their information stolen by hackers, including:

  • Names
  • Addresses
  • Credit or debit card number
  • CVV numbers
  • Zip codes

If you received a data breach notification from See Tickets or Vivendi,
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Overview

The experienced Data Breach Attorneys at Siri & Glimstad are evaluating claims of people who had their highly sensitive information exposed recently as a result of See Tickets’ failure to safeguard their data.

See Tickets has not revealed how many people’s information was compromised in the breach, but they reported to the Texas Attorney General that 90,000 Texans alone had their financial information breached.  Because they are an online platform that does business across the country, it is unclear how many more people have been affected by this.  See Tickets’ website says it sells 20 million tickets per year.  That’s a LOT of opportunities to steal financial information since 2019 when the skimmer was injected onto their website by a hacker to do just that.

The breach occurred in 2019, and the company did not shut down unauthorized activity until January 8, 2022.  They are now notifying people that their information has been breached.  That is a long time for unsuspecting customers to have had their information exposed.

This creates an enormous risk of credit card fraud since bad actors have all of the information they need to access people’s financial accounts now and make purchases or steal money, and because they were able to do so undetected for so long.

How do you know if you were affected

See Tickets says it notified affected customers by email. If you received an email from them alerting you that your information was exposed, you may have a case.

In order to have the attorneys at Siri & Glimstad evaluate your case, please sign up below.

Thank you! We are happy that you took this first step to hold companies accountable to safeguard your data! A representative from the Siri & Glimstad law firm will be in touch soon! If you have questions or need to contact us immediately, call Jen Malainy at 772-SUE THEM (772-783-8436) or email her at jmalainy@sirillp.com.