Public Service Announcement: T-Mobile Experian Consumer Data Breach

I've posted a few T-mobile deals in the past.  Today I wanted to let you know about the recently trending news regarding the T-mobile consumer data breach.  According to a statement released by T-mobile, a breach at Experian (T-mobile's vendor for credit applications) has exposed ~15 million customers' records including social security numbers to hackers.  This affects customers who obtained a credit application at T-mobile between September 1, 2013 and September 16, 2015.  The investigation is ongoing but T-mobile has teamed up with Experian to offer 2 years' of credit monitoring services for affected customers.  You can sign up here.

Future Proof, MD

Dr. Bo Liu is an aspiring radiologist-in-training and the founder and editor of the White Coat Money Blog.  He has an interest in interventional radiology and helping his medical colleagues get ahead in this mad world of medicine and money.  When he's not crushing the list at the PACS station or typing up your next favorite blog post, you can usually find him at the local badminton club, movie theater or the most recently opened restaurant.