Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC (“Lakeview Loan”) has reported a security incident involving unauthorized access to Lakeview Loan’s file servers, which was identified in early December 2021. 

The company’s investigation determined that an unauthorized person obtained access to files on Lakeview Loan’s file storage servers from October 27, 2021 to December 7, 2021.

On March 18, 2022, Lakeview Loan began mailing notification letters to individuals whose information may have been involved in the data breach.

The accessed files, according to Lakeview Loan, were reviewed by its investigation team to identify the content.  The investigative review process, according to the company, generated a preliminary list of individuals whose name, address, loan number, and Social Security number were included in the files.

Lakeview Loan reported that for some individuals, the accessed files may also have included information provided in connection with a loan application, loan modification, or other items regarding loan servicing. According to Lakeview, the additional loan related information in the files is not the same for all affected individuals.

Lakeview Loan has recommended that residents review their financial account statements and credit reports, as well as report any unauthorized charges or activity.

CLICK HERE for additional information reported about the Lakeview Loan data breach to the Office of the Maine Attorney General.

Source: Office of the Maine Attorney General. 

Have You Been Harmed As A Result Of A Data Breach Which Has Exposed Your Private Personal, Protected Health Or Personally Identifiable Information?

If you have experienced actual or attempted harm or been the victim of fraud due to the illegal or unauthorized exposure of your private personal, protected health or personally identifiable information, please contact Kehoe Law Firm, P.C., [email protected], for a free, confidential consultation and no-obligation evaluation of potential legal claims. 

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