Veritaseum CEO Reggie Middleton accused T-Mobile of enabling the scam, despite him instantly notifying the mobile network of the scam.
AT&T hasn’t stopped fighting a SIM-swap lawsuit filed by an investor who lost $1.9m. In its latest effort, it claimed that there was no breach of social norms.
The DoJ has charged a student at the University of California with stealing digital currencies through a SIM swap scheme that targeted over 19 victims in different states.
A California judge has rejected a bid by AT&T to dismiss a lawsuit by a digital currency investor who alleges that the firm was negligent in a SIM swap incident.
The hacker gained access to its data by conducting a SIM swap attack on a BlockFi employee, according to the company.
Michael Terpin, a digital currency investor claims that the teenager was the leader of a cybercrime ring that stole millions from him through SIM swapping.
The telecoms giant has requested the dismissal of an outstanding claim for $200 million in punitive damages.
Michael Terpin has been attempting to bring the action against AT&T for its alleged liability in a SIM-swap hack.
AT&T is not taking a lawsuit against it by a SIM swap victim lying down, filing a motion to dismiss it that attacks the victim’s claims as fundamentally flawed.
A Canadian teen has been charged with stealing crypto worth over $50M in a SIM swapping scheme that targeted prominent crypto and blockchain personalities
Yousef Selassie, 19, of Brooklyn, allegedly unlawfully accessed the accounts of over 75 victims in the United States.