GREENWICH, Conn. -- Computer software installed in credit card readers at Splash car washes in Greenwich, Cos Cobb, Stamford, Darien, Norwalk, Fairfield and Wilton could have exposed thousands of customers to identity theft, according to Patch.com.
The data breach exposed information from some customers between Feb. 28 and May 16. Officials from Splash say 1,400 customers have been impacted by the breach so far, but the number could swell to more than 30,000 due to the number of patrons potentially exposed to the malware, Patch.com reported.
Customers are reminded to keep close tabs on their accounts and credit information. Anyone who finds suspicious activity are asked to call 1-800-927-4489, Patch.com said.
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