Key Ring App Data Breach Investigation

If you use the Key Ring app, you may have a legal claim.

Do you use the Key Ring app? If so, the personal information stored in the app—including photos of membership cards, gift cards, driver’s licenses, credit cards, and more—may have been exposed in a data breach of TENGA, Inc., the maker of the popular app.

The Key Ring Data Breach exposed the personal information provided by approximately 14 million users who uploaded their data to the Key Ring app. If you have used the Key Ring app to store card information, please complete the following form and an attorney will review your submission and contact you about your experience.

First Name (required)

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What cards did you upload to the Key Ring app? (e.g., credit cards, loyalty cards, gift cards, etc.)

Did you create an account to use the Key Ring app?

When did you start using the Key Ring app?

Are you still using the Key Ring app?

Have you recently experienced identity theft, unauthorized charges, or other suspicious activity related to the cards uploaded to the Key Ring app?

Anything else you would like to share about your experience would be helpful.

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