ATTENTION TWILIO CUSTOMERS: If you were recently contacted by Twilio about a data breach which exposed your personal information you have a legal claim for damages.
The digital communications company announced on it’s blog last week that it had “became aware of unauthorized access to information related to a limited number of Twilio customer accounts”. According to the company the breach occurred as the result of a “sophisticated social engineering attack designed to steal employee credentials.”
Just last month Capital One agreed to pay $190 million as part of a settlement related to claims that it jeopardized customer information in a data breach that occurred in 2019.
“Customers who were contacted by Twilio about a data breach of their personal information have a claim for damages and should contact counsel for help” said Jeff Sonn, of Sonn Law Group, a class action and securities law firm.
For a free consultation, contact Sonn Law Group at 305-912-3000, or fill ill out the claim form below.