Ross-Simons Credit Card Data May Have Been Stolen
Ross-Simons, a retailer specializing in jewelry, home decor and collectibles, announced yesterday that customer data linked to its private label credit card had been accessed without authorization. Ross-Simons credit card numbers and other personal information were both made vulnerable. The securtity breach was discovered on April 4th.
According to Ross-Simons, the cause of the external system breach–which generally means someone from outside the company infiltrating the company’s computer systems–has been identified and corrected. The company has now discontinued storing customer credit card application information, and has hired a third-party to conduct an audit of its security procedures.
Ross-Simons customers who have additional questions or concerns can call 1-888-838-0815 or go to http://www.ross-simons.com/content/rspa_customer_faq.htm.
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