Abington Cole + Ellery is currently conducting a class action investigation regarding a confirmed data security breach at certain Checkers and Rally’s restaurants. According to a customer data breach notice from the company, the data breach affected 102 locations, or approximately 15 percent of the company’s restaurants. The company said the breach involved malware was installed on certain point-of-sale systems at some locations, allowing an unauthorized party to obtain customer payment card data.
Checkers and Rally’s state the malware was designed to collect information stored on the magnetic stripe of payment cards, including: cardholder name, payment card number, card verification code and expiration date.
According to Checkers and Rally’s, breach dates vary by locations, but most affected restaurants had point-of-sale malware installed between early-2018 and April of 2019. According to the company, the brach only affected guests who paid for meals and products using their payment cards during this period.
If you believe you are a victim of the Checkers & Rally’s data security breach, and would like to participate in a class action lawsuit regarding this data security breach, please submit your information via the form on this webpage.
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