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From: Al (macwheel99wowway.com)
Date: Thu Oct 01 2009 - 12:37:02 CDT
Last November, the company reported that someone had threatened to expose
millions of customer prescription records, but it has come under criticism
for being vague about how many of its customers' records were accessed. Now
the company says that about 700,000 have been notified.
the St. Louis-based company in October 2008, received a letter containing
the names, birth dates, Social Security numbers and prescription data of 75
patients. The extortionists threatened to turn the information public if
they weren't paid. Express Scripts refused and instead notified the U.S.
Federal Bureau of Investigation. The company is now offering a US$1 million
reward for information leading to the arrest of the perpetrators.
In a June court filing, the company said that three of its customers have
also been approached by the extortionists.
Toyota is one of those companies. In November 2008 it received a letter that
was similar to the October Express Scripts threat from extortionists who
threatened to release information on Toyota employees and their dependents.
In late August 2009, Express Scripts was informed by the FBI that the
perpetrator of the crime had recently taken action to prove that he
possesses more member records from the same period as those identified in
the 2008 extortion attempt.
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