Well, Synchrony Bank did confirmed last night from an email saying ” This was an internal error at Synchrony and did not involve a data breach or fraudulent activity ” Once again ” did not involve a data breach or fraudulent activity “
On Monday, November 25, 2019, 11:51:27 PM EST, Synchrony Bank <[email protected]> wrote:
At Synchrony we take customer satisfaction very seriously. We are writing to inform you one or more emails or text messages you may have received from Synchrony regarding “a trial deposit has been successfully made” or “action required on your application” on Monday, November 25 was sent in error.
This was an internal error at Synchrony and did not involve a data breach or fraudulent activity. We have confirmed none of your personal data was compromised. We apologize for the error and regret any concerns this may have caused. We are taking action to ensure this cannot happen again.
Please disregard the e-mail or text message and no further action is required.
We sincerely thank you for your patience and understanding.
Note: This email was sent to you by Synchrony Bank, the issuer of your Synchrony Bank Account. You may receive account servicing emails even if you have requested not to receive marketing offers by email for your Synchrony Bank Account. Synchrony Bank is located at 170 Election Road, Suite 125, Draper, Utah, 84020, USA.
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