The collection agency, Retrieval-Masters Creditors Bureau, which does business as American Medical Collection Agency, told BioReference of unauthorized payment page activity on AMCA's website, according to the filing. The activity occurred between Aug. 1, 2018, and March 30, potentially compromising the data for about 422,600 BioReference patients. Included in the data were patient name, birthdate, home address and email address, phone number, date of service, provider and debt balance information, as well as credit card and bank account information. No social security numbers were affected, according to the filing.
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