T-Mobile Claim for Compensation

T-Mobile Claim for Compensation

What T-Mobile did:
I want $10,000 for my social security number being leaked from T-Mobile. I was NEVER a customer of T-Mobile I only applied for a finance, which I wasn’t approved for. My social security has been found on the dark web, and the location of the website is T-Mobile. The company and I had no legal obligation for them to keep or know my social security number in any way; since we have not, and will not do business together.

T-Mobile has leaked my social security number, for the company not taking correct action towards their security and privacy. I have never and will never be a T-Mobile customer so I am not bonded to any legal obligation or contract. I applied for a finance which I was not approved for. T-Mobile pulled a inquiry on my credit and I was not approved for credit. This being the case, I did not continue with T-Mobile. I did not sign a contract for a phone agreement plan or payment plan, therefore T-Mobile had no legal obligation to keep, know, and withhold my social security number and other credit information. My privacy being leaked is a very big issues and could cause years of permanent damage to my life, I am demanding $10,000 for compensation for my difficulties and stress of this situation.

Submitted by: Anonymous T-Mobile customer in Weatherford | Read more T-Mobile complaints


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