I agree with Sveta; You are probably fine, but of course the more information a scammer has, the more they have to work with. Let's face it, all of our email address are out there somewhere for people to see...that's why we use passwords. Unless you are using your phone number for a password, there shouldn't be too much increased risk. Make sure that you are using a strong password, and this means no pet names, nothing with your birthday (or any other special dates that might be ascertainable via your Facebook or other social media), and nothing cute like "password" or "1234." A combination of letters, numbers and symbols is best.