Are you a ShopBack user? Find out if your account was affected by data breach

Affected users are advised to change the passwords on their breached accounts and enable two-factor authentication. —

ShopBack users can now check if their accounts have been compromised as a result of a previously disclosed data breach incident.

To find out, users simply need to key in the email address they used to register for the cashback reward service on the Have I Been Pwned website.

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