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Posted 15 September 2010 - 11:40 AM

Just in case any of you have eaten there recently you might want to check your credit card bills. Here's the news story I just ran across. I know one person whose info was stolen.

http://cbs13.com/loc....2.1914645.html

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Posted 15 September 2010 - 11:59 AM

Are you kidding me? We just ate there Sunday night.

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 06:31 AM

Just in case any of you have eaten there recently you might want to check your credit card bills. Here's the news story I just ran across. I know one person whose info was stolen.

http://cbs13.com/local/roseville.credit.card.2.1914645.html



This is from Paul Martin's American Bistro:


To Our Guests and Friends,
It was recently discovered that Paul Martinís American Bistro was attacked by cyber criminals who hacked into our systems and accessed credit card numbers of our customers. We were originally notified by both the Secret Service and local police of the crime and immediately went to work locking down our systems to prevent any future violations.

Unfortunately we have received calls from customers who have had fraudulent transactions appear on their credit card statements. We want to encourage everyone to closely review all of your credit statements to ensure that you have not also been affected by these cyber criminals. If you do see any suspicious or inaccurate transactions on your statement, immediately notify the card issuer.

As a result of this credit card breach Paul Martinís has engaged a specialized security company to investigate the breach and ensure that future incidents are prevented. While these incidents seem to be more and more common place, Paul Martinís would like to reassure our guests that we take these incidents and our customersí privacy very seriously.

We are open for business and confident that, with our enhanced security measures our customers can a worry free experience at Paul Martinís American Bistro. If you have any questions or would like more information, please feel free to contact Ben Magana, Operating Partner at (916) 783-3600 or ben@paulmartinsamericanbistro.com.

Sincerely,
Your Friends At Paul Martinís American Bistro

Are you kidding me? We just ate there Sunday night.


From Paul Martin's American Bistro: We are glad you came! We regret having to report that our Roseville location fell victim to a cyber hacker. This resulted in some of our customers having their credit card information compromised. Fortunately weíve worked closely with authorities to locate the breach and lock down our systems to prevent this from happening again. Looking for additional information? Check out the release issued today by the Roseville Police Department. http://www.roseville...ut=1&Entry=1091

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 07:03 AM

This is from Paul Martin's American Bistro:


To Our Guests and Friends,
It was recently discovered that Paul Martinís American Bistro was attacked by cyber criminals who hacked into our systems and accessed credit card numbers of our customers. We were originally notified by both the Secret Service and local police of the crime and immediately went to work locking down our systems to prevent any future violations.

Unfortunately we have received calls from customers who have had fraudulent transactions appear on their credit card statements. We want to encourage everyone to closely review all of your credit statements to ensure that you have not also been affected by these cyber criminals. If you do see any suspicious or inaccurate transactions on your statement, immediately notify the card issuer.

As a result of this credit card breach Paul Martinís has engaged a specialized security company to investigate the breach and ensure that future incidents are prevented. While these incidents seem to be more and more common place, Paul Martinís would like to reassure our guests that we take these incidents and our customersí privacy very seriously.

We are open for business and confident that, with our enhanced security measures our customers can a worry free experience at Paul Martinís American Bistro. If you have any questions or would like more information, please feel free to contact Ben Magana, Operating Partner at (916) 783-3600 or ben@paulmartinsamericanbistro.com.

Sincerely,
Your Friends At Paul Martinís American Bistro



From Paul Martin's American Bistro: We are glad you came! We regret having to report that our Roseville location fell victim to a cyber hacker. This resulted in some of our customers having their credit card information compromised. Fortunately weíve worked closely with authorities to locate the breach and lock down our systems to prevent this from happening again. Looking for additional information? Check out the release issued today by the Roseville Police Department. http://www.roseville...ut=1&Entry=1091



I'm not sure how long this was going on, but we ate there on Friday, August 27th, and it was the last place she used her card. She got one of those fraud alert calls from her credit card company soon thereafter and was told her card was being used in other states, which was a red flag for fraudulent charges.




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