Kylie Jenner’s make-up company warns Cust Online customers of data breaches


Consumers buying Kylie cosmetics on the e-commerce platform have been warned about security breaches, prompted by law enforcement agencies to investigate.

Kylie JennerShopify – the cosmetics company among the people affected by the security breach with the company that operates its e-commerce platform.

The reality star’s make-up organization is loved by fans around the world for its products, including its iconic lip kit, but customers have recently received a terrifying email explaining the “security incident” affected names, addresses, emails, product orders and even the last four digits. Credit cards for potentially affected customers.

According to Shopify sources, less than 200 companies were involved in the breach, which was the result of a pair of rogue support team members “involved in a plot to obtain transactional records of certain merchants.”

TMZ has reported that the organization has immediately stopped its network’s immediate access to criminals and is now working with law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, to investigate their “criminal acts.”

However, customers are assured that full payment details have not been compromised, and any order placed on Kylie Cosmetics site will be safe and secure.

Kylie Jenner started selling beauty products under her brand in 2015 with the previously known Kylie Lip Kits. It has since expanded the company to launch other skincare products. In November 2019, it reportedly sold a controlling stake for 600 600 million.

That same year, Kylie was named the world’s smallest self-made billionaire, with a net worth of approximately 1 billion. A year later, however, Forbes revoked the title, suggesting the reality TV star forged tax documents to portray himself as a billionaire.

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