CHARLOTTE, N.C. — North Carolina-based LabCorp said its patients' personal information may have been exposed in a data breach.

This hack comes just a day after we told you about another breach at Quest Diagnostics. It all comes back to the same third-party billing collections vendor.

The vendor, American Medical Collection Agency (AMCA), notified LabCorp about a hack. AMCA said hackers gained access to its online payment system sometime between August 1, 2018, and March 30, 2019.

RELATED: Quest Diagnostics says nearly 12 million patients may have had private information breached

Among the information stolen was first and last names, credit card and bank account numbers, birth dates, addresses, and phone numbers.

LabCorp believes about 200,000 customers' banking information may have been accessed. You'll get a notice in the mail if you're impacted.

LabCorp said it will no longer do business with AMCA. The company is still investigating the hack.


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