MINNEAPOLIS — Customers at Dunn Brothers, Chino Latino, Sebastian Joe's and several other metro businesses may have had their credit cards compromised last month.
North Country Business Products, Inc., announced the security breach on Monday. They said a "recent data security incident may have resulted in unauthorized access" to debit and credit card information.
The breach occurred between Jan. 3 and Jan. 24, 2019, and includes dozens of metro Dunn Brothers locations, Chino Latino, Sebastian Joe's, Stony Point Resort, Pittsburgh Blue, and more Minnesota businesses. Find the full list here.
North Country says it learned of the suspicious activity Jan. 4, and launched an investigation. On Jan. 30, the investigation found that someone deployed malware to the listed businesses between Jan. 3-24, and collected credit and debit card information.
Specific information potentially accessed includes names, credit card numbers, expiration dates and CVVs.
Shoppers who think they may have been affected can call North Country's assistance line at 1-877-204-9537, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays), 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
North Country also provided information about monitoring suspicious activity or placing a security freeze on your credit report.