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SINCERA Reproductive Medicine Has Agreed To Compensate $1.2 Million As Data Breach Settlement

SINCERA Reproductive Medicine has reached an agreement to provide compensation of $1.2 million to customers who alleged that the company did not adequately protect them from a data breach. Affected individuals will have the opportunity to receive direct payments ranging from $150 to $2,000 as part of this settlement.

SINCERA agrees to pay a $1.2 million settlement payment for the data breach (Source: LA County).

SINCERA data breach

SINCERA Reproductive Medicine, a fertility clinic with four locations based in Pennsylvania, has agreed to compensate its customers with a settlement amounting to $1.2 million. The customers claim that the clinic failed to protect them from becoming victims of a data breach.

In 2021, SINCERA notified its clients about the potential exposure of their confidential information resulting from a data breach that took place between August 10, 2020, and September 13, 2020. However, as part of the settlement, the fertility clinic did not admit any wrongdoing, according to The US Sun

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Victims of the data breach can be compensated up to $2,000

Customers who were affected by the breach have the option to claim a payment of $150 if they experienced various negative consequences, such as emotional distress and the loss of personal information. Furthermore, individuals who suffered financial damages due to the breach may be eligible to receive up to $2,000 in compensation.

To receive reimbursements, all members of the class action lawsuit must provide appropriate documentation. The deadline to apply for the lawsuit and become a class member was June 23. 

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