*UPDATE* Ticketmaster Data Breach: Things to know if you use Ticketmaster...


Somebody got into the Ticketmaster cloud database and accessed credit card info. Ticketmaster says affected customers should cancel their credit card. If you used a different kind of card, contact your bank. Use two-factor authentication. This impacts customers in Canada, USA, and Mexico. Ticketmaster has been emailing affected people. 


How to check your credit score https://nomoredebts.org/blog/credit-scores-ratings/how-to-get-a-credit-report-in-canada

Also, Here’s what you can do to spot identity theft:

"Track what bills you owe and when they’re due. If you stop getting a bill, that could be a sign that someone changed your billing address.
Review your bills. Charges for things you didn’t buy could be a sign of identity theft. So could a new bill you didn’t expect.
Check your bank account statement. Withdrawals you didn’t make could be a sign of identity theft.
Get and review your credit reports. Accounts in your name that you don’t recognize could be a sign of identity theft. Here’s how you can get your free credit


. Ticketmaster is paying for identity theft monitoring for Canadian customers. 

. Check if your email has been involved in a data breach at https://haveibeenpwned.com/

. More  at https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.7257764

. Find your bank here