BBB Warns of First Epsilon Data Breach Phishing Email

phishing alert
phishing alert

Only days after millions of consumers' names and email addresses were stolen from Epsilon in one of the largest data breaches in U.S. history, the Better Business Bureau is reporting a phishing email it says resulted from the Epsilon hack, one purportedly sent by Chase Bank.

Epsilon, the world's largest email marketer, sends more than 40 billion emails annually for some 2,500 corporate clients. On April 1, Epsilon announced a massive hack of its databases, including email addresses and/or names, leaving million of consumers open to phishing attacks.