Names, credit card data, addresses, and information on transactions as recent as yesterday are being sold online.

As of Wednesday, sellers in two dark web stores were offering information from what appeared to be 278,531 accounts, although some of those may be duplicates or not genuine. As of April, Instacart had “millions of customers across the US and Canada,” according to a company spokesperson.

Source: Instacart Customers’ Personal Info Is Being Sold Online



Personal info of 200K+ Instacart users being sold on the dark web; Instacart says it wasn’t breached







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