Noodles & Company investigates customer data breach

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – if you’ve eaten at Noodles & Company recently and paid with your credit card, you’ll want to check your bank statement.

The restaurant chain is investigating a customer data breach. According to Krebs on Security, multiple financial institutions detected a pattern of fraudulent charges on customer cards that were used at various Noodles & Company locations between January 2016 and the current date.

Noodles & Company released this statement to Krebs on Security: “We are currently investigating some unusual activity reported to us Tuesday, May 16, 2016 by our credit card processor. Once we received this report, we alerted law enforcement officials and we are working with third party forensic experts. Our investigation is ongoing and we will continue to share information.”

The company has over 500 locations nationwide, and it is unknown at this time which locations were targeted.

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