WestJet said it’s investigating after a “technical issue” with the airline’s app Wednesday afternoon allowed some users to see the personal data of other customers.
Several people told CBC News they could see profile information of other users which included phone numbers, home addresses, dates of birth, email addresses, WestJet dollar and flight voucher details, and in some cases, the last four digits of a user’s credit card number.
In an emailed statement to CBC News, a WestJet spokesperson said at 3:53 pm MT, “a technical issue was identified that impacted guest profiles on the WestJet App.” It added the issue was resolved at 4:27 pm
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