Just got an odd e-mail from norply@dhimortgage,com, saying…
“We have reason to believe that the integrity of your personal information may have been compromised due to a security breach of the DHI Mortgage Loan Prequalification Website. On the evening of Friday, February 10, 2012, DHI Mortgage became aware that a software security breach by unknown external sources occurred in its Internet Loan Prequalification System. Upon identifying the security breach, DHI Mortgage has taken immediate steps to remedy the breach by isolating the affected server, purging certain affected files and modifying our electronic security measures to address this specific issue. Only the data you provided during your online prequalification process with DHI Mortgage could have been compromised. At the time of prequalification, information you provided may have included, but is not limited to: name, date of birth, contact information, marital status, social security number, employment and financial information (including income, asset and liability information)”
It goes on saying for me to contact Equifax, Experian, TransUnionCorp.
With there links and phone numbers.
“You may also contact the credit bureaus listed above or the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) for information about security freezes. Please see below for the FTC’s contact information.”
This smells funny since it’s using my old home address from 3 years ago