Beautyblender was recently contacted by two customers reporting fraud on citation cards used to make purchases on our site. Beautyblender discovered what it believed was a spring of malicious cypher on its site on October 26, 2017 which it then removed. The specific information that may have been obtained by the unidentified third party included the customers name, billing address, full credit card number, expiration date, and CVV number, affecting 3,673 ca residents. a third party forensic investigator was also retained to assist with beautyblenders investigation. On November 27, 2017, the forensic investigator confirmed that the malware inserted into the website collected certain defrayal card information used at checkout.On January 5, 2018, beautyblender will begin providing written note of this incident to all potentially affected customers, which includes three thousand, sise hundred and seventy-three (3,673) california residents. On january 5, 2018, beautyblender will begin providing written mark of this incident to all potentially affected customers, which includes three 100 and nine (309) or residents.