Updated: Jan 14
Personal information of Instacart customers is being sold on the dark web. The data stolen includes names, order history and last four digits of credit card numbers. The breach has affected customers who have used the door service as recently as July 21st.
As reported on BuzzFeed News. On Wednesday, sellers in two dark web stores were offering information from 278,531 accounts For $2 an account.
Instacart has denied the data breach. However, we highly recommend all Instacart customers change their passwords right away.