This isn't the first time T-Mobile has faced litigation over its alleged breach in its duty of care over customer data.
Eric Meiggs focused his attacks on those he considered original gangsters of crypto social media.
The plaintiff lost 15 bitcoin after an interaction with a T-Mobile customer who had been victim of a SIM-swapping attack.
Joseph Chase Oaks allegedly used SIM-swap hacks to access victim's online accounts between August 2018 and October 2019.
The alleged international criminal network targeted online influencers, sports stars, musicians and their families in the U.S.
Stephen Defiore was allegedly paid to transfer cellphone accounts to ones owned by a co-conspirator.
The man was part of a criminal group that compromised crypto accounts with assistance from contacts at mobile operators.
One alleged conspirator tried to SWAT the other after he "failed to share" the pair's stolen crypto.
Efani’s solution to SIM-swapping? Make it so difficult to make changes to a cell phone account that an attack is virtually impossible.
AT&T has won a motion to dismiss a $200 million punitive damages claim from Mike Terpin, who lost $24 million in crypto via SIM hack