CeX, a second-hand technology goods chain, is notifying up to 2 million of its online customers that their personal details may have been compromised.
CeX operates more than 350 shops in the UK, and more than 100 overseas (including around a dozen in America, 20 in Australia, and 20 in India). The data appears to have been stolen from a database accessed via the company’s WeBuy website rather than in-store POS devices.
Neither the emailed notification nor a brief online statement provides much information.
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