On May 11, 2018, Chili’s parent company, Brinker International, announced that customers’ payment information may have been exposed in a malware attack. Brinker did not disclose how many customers were affected or how hackers gained unauthorized access to its systems.
WHAT INFORMATION WAS COMPROMISED?
If you ate at a Chili’s Grill & Bar sometime in March 2018 or April 2018, your debit or credit information may have been compromised, including your debit or credit card number and cardholder names.
HOW DO I KNOW IF MY INFORMATION HAS BEEN COMPROMISED?
Hackers use stolen personal information in a variety of ways. These may be indicators that your information has been compromised:
- Unauthorized charges to a credit card or bank account
- Mail for an unknown credit card or store charge account
- Collection notices or calls for a debt that you don’t owe
- Errors on your credit report, including inquires from businesses you don’t recognize
- Being denied for credit, even though you have good credit
- Your electronically filed tax return is rejected
- You are required to prove your identity to the IRS in person to complete the submission of your income tax return
WHAT SHOULD I DO?
The Hannon Law Firm can help if your personal, confidential information has been breached by hackers. The Hannon Law Firm is currently serving as liaison counsel in the National Chipotle Data Breach class action. HLF filed the only class action against Equifax in the State of Colorado for the breach of 143 million American’s personal information. We proudly serve clients nationally.
If you believe you’ve been affected by the Chili’s data breach, we are here to help. You can call our office at 303-861-8800 or fill out the form below.