Class Action Investigation: Possible Data Breach at Chick-Fil-A Restaurants
Report: The popular fast-food chain has suffered what may be a massive, months-long payment card data breach that likely dates back as far as December 2013. Customers using payment cards in stores nationwide, including stores in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Texas, Maryland and Georgia may be implicated.
If you believe you have been impacted by a possible data breach at Chick-Fil-A and would like more information about a possible class action, please contact Goldman Scarlato & Penny attorneys to discuss your concerns.
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