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Data Breach Notice
To our valued customers:
We were recently notified that the payment card processing system at our Westbrook, Maine store was hacked by an outside source, and that between May, 2017 and September 26, 2017 payment card information has likely been stolen through a virus installed in the system. Although we are working closely with law enforcement officials and our POS provider to ascertain the scope of the situation, at this time it is not clear how many, or which, transactions were affected, or whether the information has been or will be misused.
Upon being notified of this activity we immediately intervened and took steps to ensure that our POS provider stopped the intrusion and secured the system, including wiping clean the affected machines and reinstalling their software. We are also working diligently with law enforcement to identify and apprehend the perpetrator(s).
Those individuals who used a debit or credit card to make purchases at the above-referenced location between May and September 26th of this year should consider taking the following steps:
Contacting their debit and/or credit card company to request new cards.
Changing any pins associated with the card or cards that were used.
Reviewing account statements closely.
Contacting the three major credit reporting agencies to enact a fraud alert and review credit history. Maine law allows Maine consumers to freeze their credit report for free. For more information about this please visit: http://www.maine.gov/pfr/consumercredit/file_freeze_info.htm.
A credit freeze will prevent unauthorized parties from accessing your credit report unless you give them specific permission. Freezing your credit will not affect your credit score. The three Credit Reporting Agencies are:
Equifax, https://www.freeze.equifax.com ;
Experian, https://www.experian.com/freeze/center.html; and
Trans Union, http://www.transunion.com/securityfreeze.
It is possible for individuals to place a free, 90-day fraud alert on their credit reports with the three major credit reporting organizations, and to extend the 90-day alert by calling for an extension after the initial 90 days.
Obtaining a copy of their credit report. Under Maine law, individuals are entitled to a free credit report from the three reporting agencies each year. Detailed instructions for taking these steps are available on the Department of Professional and Financial Regulation's website, http://www.maine.gov/pfr/financialinstitutions/consumer/credit_report.htm.
Contacting their financial institution(s) and proper law enforcement officials if suspicious activity is detected on account statements or credit reports.