Topps better change it’s password quick. Collectors are getting an email from the company saying intruders gained access into the website and stole customer information.
Most of the impacted accounts are believed to be users who purchased Topps Now cards. #Now the money Topps made on the cards will be spent on a web security team.
Orders placed between July 30, 2016 – October 12, 2016 could have had information stolen by hackers. Including your name, address, email, phone number, full credit card details and more.
Here is the full email sent to collectors on December 28, 2016
Collector Reaction: Blowout Forums
How long will it take for the Topps twitter handle to tweet about the hack? #lol
— NPNCards (@npncards) December 28, 2016
#ThanksTopps #Collect pic.twitter.com/ARTjwM5BIe
— Lori Van Santen (@LoriVanSanten) December 28, 2016
@SportsCardNews explains the free #TOPPSNOW card they sent out
— eTopps Digest (@SaveETopps) December 28, 2016
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