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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Intuit, Inc. Alleging Negligence and Breach of Contract Resulting in a Data Breach and Filing of Fraudulent Tax Returns
According to the class action complaint filed on April 20, 2015, plaintiffs allege that Intuit, Inc. failed to properly secure the personal information and data for its customers enabling them to become victims of identity theft and tax fraud. Intuit, Inc. provides services online and through software enabling the public to electronically file their state and federal taxes by using TurboTax.
If you or a family member have used Intuit’s TurboTax and are a victim of identity theft or tax fraud through the use of TurboTax, you may be entitled to compensation.
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About the Class Action Lawsuit Against Intuit, Inc.
A class action lawsuit was filed against Intuit, Inc., the maker of TurboTax, On April 20, 2015 in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. TurboTax is a very popular program used by millions to electronically file their state and federal income taxes. In the complaint, plaintiffs allege Intuit failed to adequately secure their customers personal and financial information leading to a massive data breach and the filings of fraudulent tax returns resulting in the theft of billions of tax dollars by cybercriminals. The complaint also alleges that Intuit knew of these data breaches and refused to institute basic security policies that would have stopped or made it more difficult for cybercriminals to access their customers’ personal and financial information. These allegations come from two former security employees of Intuit who state they were told to do nothing that could potentially “hurt the numbers”. These former employees currently have cases pending against Intuit through the SEC’s Whistleblower program.