Breach announced that posted an excel file which contained what appeared to be a call list with personal information of 1,299 sales leads. The file appeared to contain full names, addresses, phone numbers, financial information, and individualized comments like, “WAS IN HURRY. CALL AFTER 8 PM,” “REFINANCE+DEBTS CONSOLIDATION,” “FICO SCORE – 540,” “LOAN OFFICER – TIM,” “HE IS LOOKING FOR 50000 FOR TO PY OFF THE DEBTS AND FOR THE HOME IMP,” and “HUNG UP ON SSN.”

The file was available through Google. The domain was registered to Sanjiv Bhagat, an employee of California mortgage services company American Vision Financial Inc., and was hosted on his employer’s server. However, he insists that he knew nothing about the file, and was unaware that someone had stolen his administrative passwords in order to post the site.

If you think you may have been affected by this data breach, you can securely search for your name at to get a more detailed picture of what personal information was exposed.

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