Dairy Queen is just the latest victim of cybercrime, joining a growing list of six hundred companies including Target, Home Depot, Michaels and JPMorgan-Chase.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Dairy Queen is the latest company to announce that hackers got a hold of its customers credit card information.
Officials now say 56 million cards were compromised.
It sometimes seems as if every retail store has its customers’ credit and debit card information hacked by cyber criminals.
Move over cash, and debit cards, and credit cards.
It’s a great time of year to get the family in the car, hit the open road and head out for vacation.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man and woman caught on surveillance video allegedly using credit cards stolen during car break-ins in the North Hills area and in Leetsdale.
Even if you haven’t been affected by the Target data breach, but you have a PNC card – you’ll be getting a new one.
After upping the number of customers affected by its credit card information theft — from 40 to 70 million — Target says it’s doing everything it can to protect its shoppers through its zero liability policy.
Police have arrested the man they say stole a woman’s purse from a Shaler Township store parking lot on New Year’s Eve.
Hackers stealing millions of debit and credit card accounts from customers at Target has dominated the headlines. But what happens to all that stolen data?
Another woman has come forward saying someone stole credit cards from her purse while she was watching a movie at a local theater, and then went on a shopping spree on her dime.
Target says debit card PIN numbers may have, in fact, been stolen as part of a massive theft of debit and credit card information from customers who used their cards at Target between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15.
A woman is accused of spending thousands of dollars at several stores in Cranberry Township with a stolen credit card.
You’re supposed to keep an eye on your credit score, but doing so costs money.