Well, reading that Reddit thread I'm thoroughly disgusted with them. First, for their lack of response until the authorities were notified (I mean, they managed to fix it within a week – there is absolutely no excuse for not fixing it in the previous 5+ months), which shows they don't care in the slightest about the security of their customers' data. Second, the attitude that shows towards their customers – obviously they don't care about them at all, but simply about the money they can get from them. And thirdly, they haven't notified me that my data could have been compromised.
Their website does say they've fixed it, and the Reddit thread hints that it might have been (but does not confirm it). Therefore I would say there is no need to worry about it now.
But with that attitude I would definitely not be recommending them to anyone, but in fact would recommend avoiding them if at all reasonable to do so. Personally I will not be buying from them any time soon due to this...
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