Over 2 million credit cards have been compromised after hackers installed malware on point-of-sale systems for Earl Enterprises, a restaurant company that owns national chains like Buca di Beppo and Planet Hollywood. The hacking occurred between May 23, 2018 and March 18, 2019.
Any customers who worry that they may have been included in the hack can check the online tool at Earl Enterprises and simply look up their state and the restaurant.
Earl Enterprises said online orders through third-party applications were not affected. If you didn’t go to a location and only purchased $30 Planet Hollywood “wide cuffs” online, for example, your credit card should be safe.
Locally in the Bay Area, if you dined at the Buca in Palo Alto, San Jose or Campbell, you might want to check your credit card statement.
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