Forever 21 warns of possible credit card data breach

Forever 21 May Have Been Hacked

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Despite this, it has said that the investigation now covers transactions made from March 2017 through October 2017.

Forever 21 is far from being the only business hit by a point of sale attack, wherein hackers plant a skimmer on a card reader and swipe your data when you swipe your card.

According to an announcement made by the brand on Tuesday, an undisclosed amount of people may be affected by a potential data breach that could have revealed their credit card information to hackers.

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Meanwhile, the company urges customers to closely monitor their payment card statements and report any suspicious account activity. Forever 21 has hired an investigative firm to get to the bottom of the issue.

For the time being, Forever 21 is not disclosing what locations were affected or how many customers may have had their card compromised. However, it did not specify which or how many of its stores were affected in the breach.

Forever 21 said it has engaged a leading security and forensics firm to assist with the ongoing investigation.

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Forever 21 is suggesting that customers that shopped at its stores during the time mentioned above should keep a close eye on their credit and debit cards.

With any luck, that "Empire Strikes Back" sweatshirt didn't cost you your payment card data.

"We regret that this incident occurred and apologize for any inconvenience", the chain said in its statement. The intrusion, it said, appears limited to "only certain point of sale devices" in "certain" stores. "We will continue to work to address this matter".

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