If you've paid with plastic while dining at one of Colorado Springs' five Noodles & Company locations this year, you might want to check on the security of your credit or debit card.
The Broomfield-based restaurant chain said Tuesday that a data breach may have put payment information on cards used to at the restaurants between Jan. 31 and June 2. Visitors during that time are encouraged to review their financial statements and check with card companies for anything out of the ordinary.
Credit and debit cards can now safely be used at the restaurant chain, the company said.
The company began investigating unusual activity reported by its credit card processor in mid-May, and suspicious activity was detected on company computer systems June 2.
Noodles & Company is working with law enforcement to investigate the data breach and strengthen security measures to ensure that it does not happen again, CEO Kevin Reddy said in a post on the restaurant chain's website.
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