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St. Louis Location Affected in P.F. Chang's Security Breach

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Have you recently dined at P.F. Chang's? If so, listen up. Back in June, P.F. Chang's China Bistro warned consumers that data from credit and debit cards used at its restaurants was stolen, but failed to specify which locations were affected. Today, the company provided more details of its ongoing investigation into the security breach. Specifically, P.F. Chang's has said that data may have been stolen from certain credit and debit cards used at 33 locations in the U.S., including its restaurants in Richmond Heights and Chesterfield. Restaurants in Baltimore; Pittsburgh; Austin, Texas; and Charlotte, North Carolina were also affected. Debit or credit card numbers, cardholder's names and the card's expiration date are all implicated in the security breach. The company says that it has contained the security compromise and that credit and debit cards have been processing securely since June 11. P.F. Chang's said that additional locations may be added to the list of where data may have been compromised as the investigation continues.

The law firm of Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC has experience handling data breaches. Our firm has previously assisted consumers of credit card theft in the St. Louis area. We are interested in hearing about your story if you believe you were one of the victims of this P.F. Chang's credit card theft. Please contact our law firm as soon as possible to discuss how we can protect you and your family. Credit card theft can have a devastating impact on the victims' credit score and financial stability.

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