Hack Notice

Hack Notice: Dollar General Corporation

Dollar General Corporation

Source
https://www.privacyrights.org/data-breaches?title=Dollar%20General%20Corporation
Description
As reported by secrecy Rights Clearinghouse: On january 15, 2018, single of our service providers, Ernst & young LLP (EY), became aware that on three separate occasions during the week of january 8, 2018, one of their assess professionals had mistyped a fax number piece transmitting a total of forty-four (44) assess citation and incentive Forms which contained personal information pertaining to 43 current employees and prospective hires of Dollar General. These faxes were transmitted in link with the work opportunity tax citation (WOTC) services EY provides to Dollar General. Due to the EY assess professional transposing digits in the fax number, the Forms were sent to an unintended recipient's fax machine (instead of the fax machine located at another EY office).

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