You know what I love about data breaches? NOTHING. Zip. Zilch. Nada. The big goose egg. There's nothing to love about having to watch your finances like a hawk because some a-hole stole my credit card/bank information from some a-holes that I shopped at who can't protect an egg from an omelet. Here's a list of some businesses that have been hacked within the last 18 months. If you've shopped at any of them, it's time to call the bank.


Saks Fifth Avenue

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What the thieves got: up to five million credit card numbers

Panera Bread

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What the thieves got: 37 million people's information

Whole Foods

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What the thieves got: credit card information, but only if you purchased from their in-store cafes. Grocery buyers need not worry (probably)

Forever 21

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What the thieves got: Credit card info from shoppers between March and October of 2017.


Kmart

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What the thieves got: credit card info

Sonic

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What the thieves got: Five million credit card numbers across 3,600+ locations.

GameStop

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What the thieves got: names, addresses, and credit card numbers of shoppers between August 2016 and February 2017

Again, if you've shopped at any of these places recently, it's time to call the bank and credit companies.

H/T: Business Insider


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