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USA ALERT: US Restaurant Chain Suffers Customer Credit Card Theft

January 3, 2020


Hey Guys,


Have you ever eaten at one of Landry's many restuarant brands? If so, it is possible that your credit card details have been stolen by cyber criminals after they installed Malware on its point of sale (POS) systems.


Landry's owns and operates more than 600 bars, restaurants, hotels, casinos, food and beverage outlets with over 60 different brands such as Landry's Seafood, Chart House, Saltgrass Steak House, Claim Jumper, Morton's The Steakhouse, Mastro's Restaurants, and Rainforest Cafe.


What happened?

According to a Landry press release published on the company's website the malware was designed to search for and likely steal sensitive customer credit card data, including credit card numbers, expiration dates, verification codes and, in some cases, cardholder names.


What can you do?


1. If you have eaten in any Landry owned restaurant we advise you to monitor your payment card statements carefully.

2. In case you find any unauthorized charges, immediately notify your payment card issuer of it


3. If possible, you should consider blocking the affected payment card and requesting a new one from your bank.


Thank you and please let me know if you need anything at all.



All the best,

Max Roberts
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