The popular mobile sales applicationWallapopfell unexpectedly on Saturday after admitting thathas suffered a computer attack on its servers.
The app firstforced its users to restart their accounts.Users had to re-enter the platform with their email and password, although not always successfully.
Wallapop has warned in an email and on the wall of the application that the next time they enterWallapop will find your account closedand they will have to reset their password for security or access through Facebook or Google.
Wallapop stores information about its users about purchases, sales, location and, if they are subscribed to the payment service, about checking and Paypal accounts.
The company says it has "no evidence that any of the data has been compromised or there has been fraudulent use of them."
"As for credit cards, it is not a fact that we keep on the platform. This means that we can ensure thatcredit / debit cards have not been exposed or have been at riskduring this security incident, "says Edurne de Oteiza, director of operations and marketing at Wallapop, in a statement.
The company's app, founded in Barcelona in 2013, has between10 and 15 million usersEvery month they sell and buy products of all kinds and are scored for it.
The application acts as a market for second-hand products between individuals through geolocation. It is currently in the hands of large international investment funds and trying to make a business profitable in which there are no commissionsand most transactions are done in person.
Wallapop currently enters for the promotion made by users of their articles.