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Robinhood reports user data breach

Robinhood encountered a scam, as a result of which cybercriminals gained access to data of 7 million users.

Disclosed information amounted to of 5 million email addresses, 2 million full names, and about 300 people names, dates of birth and zip codes.

According to the company, the numbers of social security and bank cards remained safe and none of the users suffered financial losses.

Since the opening of the premarket on November 9, HOOD quotes have dropped 3.5% to $36.65.

The fund, managed by Raison Asset Management, acquired Robinhood shares in July last year at $13.82 per share. Recently, the end date of the lock-up period became known — December 1.

Robinhood reports user data breach
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