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Dear New York & Company Customer,


Yesterday, we were informed by our email service provider that your

email address was exposed by unauthorized entry into their system. Our

email service provider deploys emails on our behalf to customers who

have opted into email based communications from us. We want to assure

you that the only information that was obtained was your name and/or

email address. Your account and any other personally identifiable

information were not at risk.


Please note, it is possible you may receive spam email messages as a

result. We want to urge you to be cautious when opening links or

attachments from unknown third parties. We also want to remind you that

we will never ask you for your personal information in an email.


We sincerely regret this has taken place, and we apologize for any

inconvenience this may have caused you. We take your privacy very

seriously, and we will continue to work diligently to protect your

personal information.


Please visit http://faq.nyandcompany.com for answers

to some frequently asked questions about this incident.




New York & Company

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Also got Chase and BBRZMC (which has been closed for a year, lol).


Interestingly, you know who you don't see on this list? CREDIT UNIONS.


Reason number 213847652384765 to switch to CUs, and stop using big banks.

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April 5, 2011


TIAA-CREF has been informed by Epsilon, a vendor we use to send emails, that files containing the first names, last names and email addresses of some TIAA-CREF participants were accessed without authorization.


We have not shared any participant account or financial information with Epsilon. So, this incident has not compromised your TIAA-CREF accounts and they remain secure. For your security, however, we wanted to call this matter to your attention.


As always, do not reply to emails asking for your personal information, account numbers or any other type of confidential information. TIAA-CREF will never ask for your personal information or login credentials in an email.


Below are some additional precautions we recommend you follow:


Do not give your TIAA-CREF user ID or password in email.

Do not respond to emails that require you to enter personal or financial information directly into the email.

Do not reply to emails asking you to send personal information.

Do not use your email address as a login ID or password.

Do not respond to emails threatening to close your account if you do not provide personal information

We regret any inconvenience this may have caused and will keep you informed of relevant updates. For more information on TIAA-CREF’s commitment to keeping your personal information secure, please visit: http://www.tiaa-cref.org/public/about/inside/topics/index.html?tc_lnk=bottomutlity&tc_mcid=emepsilon0411.

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