Was Your Info Compromised In Marriott Breach? Here’s How To Find Out

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Back in November we told you about a compromise with Marriott and Starwood, Data Breach.

Then in early January, they released numbers of those impacted by the breach. Now, you can use a form to find out if your information was compromised.

Was Your Info Compromised In Marriott Breach? Here’s How To Find Out

On November 30, 2018, Marriott announced that it had taken measures to investigate and address a data security incident involving the Starwood Guest Reservation Database. More information about the incident can be found by visiting info.starwoodhotels.com.

Marriott has set up a process for guests wanting to know whether their data was involved in the incident. To make a request regarding whether your data was involved, please complete the form below. Marriott will respond to your request as soon as reasonably practicable and consistent with applicable law.

Bottom Line

This doesn’t look like a very instant way to get this information. No telling how long it will take for them to get back to you and the kicker is that you also need to provide more of your information in order to find out if you were affected. Not great!

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  1. Do you automatically become part of a class action suit if you were affected, or do you have to register with a law firm, which will take a contingency fee? I’m sure there won’t be much – if any – of a settlement anyway…

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