Investigating a potential class action lawsuit against Capital One for a data breach. As reported by the Washington Post, the "FBI has arrested a Seattle area woman on charges of stealing tens of millions of sensitive customer records from Capital One, the Virginia-based bank with a popular credit card business, including some bank account numbers, according to court papers. The suspect . . . was arrested early [July 29, 2019] on a charge of computer fraud and abuse, court records say. [The suspect], who authorities say used the name 'erratic' in online conversations, is suspected of 'exfiltrating and stealing information, including credit card applications and other documents, from Capital One,' according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court." It was further reported, “Although some of the information in those applications (such as Social Security numbers) has been tokenized or encrypted, other information including applicants’ names, addresses, dates of birth and information regarding their credit history has not been tokenized,” the FBI complaint said . . . ." According to the Post, the hacker may have accessed about 100 million credit card applications. If you applied for a credit card with Capital One and believe you impacted by the data breach, please submit your information below.