MILFORD, Ohio - Penn Station, Inc. and some of its franchisees have announced that they learned of unauthorized access to credit and debit card information in certain restaurants.
"We want to make our customers aware of this issue and advise them to watch for any unauthorized use of their credit or debit cards," President Craig Dunaway said in their release.
According to the company as of June 5, it knew of at least 59 Penn Station shops in 9 states, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and West Virginia, could be potentially affected by the breach.
Federal law enforcement authorities have been contacted and are involved in the investigation.
After learning of a potential breach, Penn Station franchisees changed the method of processing credit and debit card transactions.
Customers that have been to a Penn Station restaurant between the beginning of March and end of April are being advised to check credit card balances to look for any unusual activity.
A list of the potentially effected restaurants and more information is available at www.penn-station.com . Questions can be directed to Penn Station, Inc. at 513-474-5957 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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