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3.3 million users of Cashalo affected by data breach: NPC

The privacy body said a certain hacker under the name “creepxploit” is selling the personal data of 3.3 million users of Cashalo containing their usernames, passwords, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and device identifications.

Cashalo confirms data breach incident, says it is working with NPC

Online lending firm Cashalo issued a statement on Saturday, Feb. 20, saying its “IT security team discovered a potential data security incident involving a Cashalo-only database archive”.

NPC: We’re investigating selling of Cashalo users data on ‘dark Web’

According to a discussion thread in the Facebook page of Privacy.PH, the personal data being peddled at the dark Web appears to be legitimate although Cashalo has not yet submitted any breach incident report to the NPC.

Ex-Cashalo GM to launch own ‘insuretech’ startup in Q4

Insuretech startup aims to help digitalize insurance by providing democratized access to insurance products through an online marketplace.

Cashalo pushes financial literacy in PH via Cash Academy

Cash Academy aims to deliver comprehensive insights on sound financial management through eight free learning modules and training resources.

Cashalo links up with Cebu Pacific to offer ‘fly-now, pay-later’ scheme

Under the “Pay with Cashalo” scheme, travelers can book domestic flights worth a maximum of P7,000 on Cebu Pacific using the new digital-credit solution as a payment alternative, then pay later in installments over three or six months.

PH fintech firm Cashalo marks 1st year with nano-financing project

Cashalo has also partnered with Cebu Pacific for its air ticketing project, which aims to serve Filipinos who do not own a credit card. With this service it would be possible to purchase a ticket and pay for it later on installment.

Loan app backed by JG Summit, HK firm joins fintech fray

Cashalo, a mobile lending platform backed by local conglomerate JG Summit and Hong Kong-based tech firm Oriente, has P10 billion as initial lending fund for underbanked consumers and MSMEs in the Philippines.
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