Data breach reported at eight Colorado Jimmy John’s

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DENVER — Sandwich shop giant Jimmy John’s said on Wednesday that it “learned of a possible security incident involving credit and debit card data at some of Jimmy John’s stores and franchised locations.”

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Jimmy Johns indicated approximately 216 stores appear to be affected by the data breach. Eight of those franchises are in Colorado. They are listed below, along with the dates associated with the breaches:

*Broomfield: 625 Flatiron Marketplace Drive -- July 1-Aug. 1

*Denver: 622 16th St. -- June 27-Aug. 1

*Denver: 2325 East Colfax Ave. -- July 1-Aug. 1

*Colorado Springs: 5885 Stetson Hills Blvd. -- July 1-Aug 2

*Golden: 1299 Washington Ave. -- June 27-Aug. 1

*Greeley: 2644 11th Ave. Suite B -- July 7-Aug. 1

*Lone Tree: 9234 Park Meadows Drive Suite 500 -- July 1-Aug. 3

*Longmont : 210 Ken Pratt Blvd. Suite 200 -- June 16-July 25

RELATED: Full list of compromised Jimmy John’s locations

If you swiped any sort of card for a purchase at the above Jimmy John’s franchises during the listed time periods, you’re being urged to monitor your card activity in the coming days and report any and all fraudulent purchases.

Information exposed to hackers in this breach includes card numbers and, in some cases, the cardholder’s name, the card’s verification code and expiration date, according to a company statement.

Purchases made online were not subjected to the data breach, the company reported.

Retailers Home Depot, Target, Neiman Marcus, Michaels and have also been attacked by hackers in the past year.

 

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