Have You Eaten at One of These Jason's Deli Locations? You Might Want to Check Your Bank Account

Customers who visited any of the 71 Texas Jason's Deli locations affected by a data breach affected may have had their credit or debit card information stolen.The Beaumont-based company said it became aware of a potential breach Dec. 22 after it was notified by payment processors that a large amount of card information, some linked to Jason's Deli sales, had shown up for sale on the "dark web," The company released a preliminary statement days later. About 2 million payment card numbers may have been affected from sales at 164 Jason's Deli locations, including 32 stores in North Texas, the company said in a Thursday release about the data breach.An investigation revealed RAM-scraping malware on the point-of-sales terminals at Jason's Deli locations beginning June 8. The malware was located and disabled, the company said. The malware can be used to gather payment card information and information such as a cardholder's name, credit or debit card number and expiration date. Debit card PINs are not among the types of data obtained in the breach, the company said. Jason's Deli encouraged people to review the list of affected restaurants and check their credit and debit card statements for unauthorized charges. If you think you have been affected, contact your credit or debit card company and Jason's Deli at customer.service@jasonsdeli.com or call 409-838-1976 from Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm CST), to obtain more information about the breach and the options available to you at this time.Additional information about the breach, the affected stores and what the company is doing can be found on the Jason's Deli website.   Continue reading...

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