In the US, video game retailer GameStop has been a trending topic on the internet for its actions. increasing significantly due to Reddit.
However, GameStop's Canadian division, EB Games, has been the subject of an entirely different controversy.
On Tuesday, January 26, the retailer restocked the PlayStation 5 in Canada, a routine activity since November, as the system repeatedly depletes within minutes. However, upon completion of the purchase, several customers began to notice something peculiar: EB Games Canada's website displayed the personal information of other customers. This information included names, phone numbers and addresses, although the credit card details appear to be safe.
Following these reports, MobileSyrup contacted EB Games Canada several times, but no respons...