Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-09-17 20:58:58 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — Parent-owned slot machine parlor chain Dotty’s has announced that it has been hacked and states that personal information may have been disclosed.
Nevada Restaurant Services states that Social Security numbers and bank account numbers are part of the data breach and will mail notifications to potentially affected Las Vegas Valley customers.
If you think you may have been affected, we recommend that you check your bank statement and monitor your credit report for suspicious activity.
Read the entire notification shared by Nevada Restaurant Service below.
Nevada Restaurant Services, Inc. (“NRS”) informs about recent events that may affect the privacy of information for certain NRS customers. NRS provides information about the event, NRS’s response to the event, and resources available when individuals deem it necessary to protect the information.
In January 2021, NRS confirmed the presence of malware on certain computer systems in its environment. NRS identified the full nature and scope of the incident and immediately began an investigation to protect the network. Through this investigation, NRS determined that it was the target of a cyberattack and that an unauthorized attacker could copy certain information from the system before January 16, 2021 in connection with a cyber event.
What information was included?
NRS conducted a thorough review of the affected data to determine what type of information was involved and who it was associated with. Certain data elements will vary from person to person who may be affected, but the range of information that may be relevant includes the person’s name, date of birth, social security number, driver’s license number or state ID. Includes numbers, passport numbers, financial accounts and / or routing numbers. Health insurance information, treatment information, biometric data, medical records, taxpayer numbers, credit card numbers and / or expiration dates.
How do you know if you are affected?
NRS mails notices to individuals who have a valid mailing address and are identified as potentially affected. If an individual has not received the letter but wants to know if they are affected, they can call NRS’s dedicated assistance line, detailed below.
What is NRS doing?
NRS has security measures in place to protect the system and the information it owns, and NRS is working to add more technical safeguards to the environment. After this incident, NRS took immediate steps to protect the system and conduct a thorough investigation into the complete nature and scope of the incident.
Who should I contact for more information?
If an individual has questions or needs additional information, they can call NRS’s dedicated assistance line at (833) 909-3914 between 6 am and 6 pm Pacific time Monday to Friday. ..
what can I do?
NRS encourages individuals to remain vigilant for personal information theft and fraud cases by checking account statements, monitoring free credit reports for suspicious activity, and detecting errors. I am. Under US law, consumers are entitled to one free credit report each year from each of the three major credit reporting agencies: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. To order a free credit report, please visit: Annualcreditreport.com Alternatively, please call toll-free 1-877-322-8228. Individuals can also contact the three major credit reporting offices listed below directly to request a free copy of their credit report.
Consumers have the right to post initial or extended “fraud alerts” on their credit files for free. The first fraud warning is a one-year warning placed in the consumer’s credit file. If a consumer’s credit file displays a fraud warning, the company must take steps to verify the consumer’s identity before extending the new credit. Victims of personal information theft are entitled to an extended fraud warning, a fraud warning that lasts for seven years. If you would like to be alerted to fraud, please contact one of the three major credit reporting agencies listed below.
Instead of fraud warnings, consumers have the right to set a “credit freeze” on their credit reports. This prohibits the credit bureau from disclosing information in the credit report without the explicit permission of the consumer. Credit Freeze is designed to prevent credits, loans, and services from being approved in your name without your consent. However, using credit freeze to control who has access to personal and financial information in credit reports delays, interferes with, or prohibits the timely approval of subsequent requests or applications for new requests or applications. Please note that it may happen. Loans, credits, mortgages, or other accounts with credit extensions. In accordance with federal law, credit reports cannot be requested to set or lift credit freezes.
To request a security freeze, you need to provide the following information:
- Full name (including middle name initials and Jr., Sr., II, III, etc.);
- social Security number;
- Address for the last 2-5 years.
- Proof of your current address, such as your current utility bill or telephone invoice.
- A legible copy of a government-issued ID card (such as a state driver’s license or ID card).When
- If you are a victim of personal information theft, a copy of either a police report, an investigation report, or a complaint to law enforcement regarding the theft of your personal information.
If you would like to be alerted to fraud or freeze your credit, please contact the three major credit reporting offices listed below.
- Equifax Fraud Alert, PO Box 105069 Atlanta, GA 30348-5069
- Equifax Credit Freeze, PO Box 105788 Atlanta, GA 30348-5788
- Experian Fraud Alert, PO Box 9554, Allen, Texas 75013
- Experian Credit Freeze, PO Box 9554, Allen, Texas 75013
- TransUnion Fraud Alert, PO Box 2000, Chester, PA 19016
- TransUnion Credit Freeze, PO Box 160, Woodlyn, PA, 19094
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