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Bank of Hope Data Breach

Were you a Bank of Hope Customer between June 25th and July 5th of 2018? If so, your sensitive personal information may have been compromised. Whether you still bank with Bank of Hope or not, if you were a customer during the time period noted above, please complete the form below to make your claim.

As a consumer, you trusted Bank of Hope and expected them to protect your most important personal information, including your full name, address, bank account information and Social Security number. Instead, Bank of Hope broke that trust by allowing hackers access to all of this highly sensitive personal information.

Because Bank of Hope is a financial institution, its failure to protect its customer’s personal data is especially glaring.

A data breach is not something that can just be fixed.  Information was stolen and that cannot be undone. But you do have rights and Wilshire Law Firm can help you obtain justice for this inexcusable breach. The attorneys at Wilshire Law Firm are currently investigating a claim based on this incident. Please complete the form below. Your information will be kept completely confidential and we will update you regarding the class certification process.

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Is Wilshire Law Firm filing a class action against Bank of Hope?

We are in the process of investigating the details of the Bank of Hope’s data breach. If you believe you were affected by this data breach, please fill out the form on this page, as we are currently taking inquiries from potential class representatives and class members, nationwide.


What if I am no longer a Bank of Hope customer, can I still file a claim?

If you were a Bank of Hope customer between June 25th and July 5th of 2018, you can submit an inquiry, even if you are no longer a Bank of Hope customer.


How do I find out if I’m a victim of identity theft?

You should obtain a credit report from one or more of the national credit reporting companies. You can get a free copy of your credit report online at Be on the lookout for new accounts opened and fraudulent charges. We also recommend the purchase of a credit monitoring service.


How do I submit my inquiry?

You can submit your inquiry by completing the registration form on this page.


How long will this case take?

Class action lawsuits can be complex cases. It is difficult to predict an accurate timeframe for resolution. Our firm is working hard to help as many customers as we can after their information was compromised. We will keep you informed regarding every major development in the process.


How much money will I get?

When it comes to projected, financial recovery in/for a class action lawsuit, it is hard to predict a specific figure in connection with the outcome. Each plaintiff’s financial compensation amount depends on a number of factors, such as: how many class members are involved, the scope of the breach you suffered, and your specific circumstances.