Gordon Legal, together with Hayden Stephens and Associates, are investigating a potential legal action against Latitude Financial, for serious security breaches which have compromised the personal information of past and present customers.
Latitude has confirmed that the following has been stolen:
- 7.9 million driver’s license numbers;
- 53,000 passport numbers; and
- 6.1 million customer records which include personal information.
The breach has affected millions of past and present customers of Latitude Financial and is one of the biggest in Australian history. More information about the breach is still being uncovered, but as of 27 March 2023, it is estimated that the private data of up to 8 million past and current customers has been stolen.
If you would like to receive updates about the progress of this investigation and are a present or former customer of Latitude Financial, please register.
16 March 2023:
20 March 2023:
22 March 2023:
27 March 2023
Frequently Asked Questions
What is this investigation about?
What information has been compromised?
Am I eligible?
Can I still register if I am no longer a customer of Latitude Financial?
What information do I need to provide to register for the investigation?
Why should I register?
Is there a deadline for registering?
Do you have to prove that I am a current or former customer of Latitude Financial?
Will it cost me money to be part of the Latitude Financial Privacy Breach investigation?
Will it cost me anything if the investigation is unsuccessful?
The above information is related to claims in Victoria. For claims outside the state, please contact our office for specific information as potential claims and time frames vary from state to state.