The Chinese restaurant chain P.F. Chang’s China Bistro was alerted to a possible security breach involving credit and debit card data at some locations, including North Carolina.
In a statement by P.F. Chang’s CEO Rick Federico, the company was alerted on June 10 by U.S. Secret Service that the chain may have been compromised involving credit and debit card data, stolen reportedly from 33 P.F. Chang’s restaurants.
The security breach happened between Oct. 19, 2013 and June 11, 2014.
The company initiated an internal investigation, according to the release, and they believe the intruder may have stolen credit and debit card numbers, names, and expiration dates of some customer’s cards.
According to pfchangs.com/security, the Greensboro location was not listed but the locations in Durham and Charlotte were reportedly affected. For a list of the 33 restaurant locations from which the company believes credit and debit card data may have been stolen, along with time frame for each location.