GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — Officials in Goodyear say a cyber attack has affected the software in the city’s payment processing system.
The city became aware of the situation early Monday.
Goodyear officials say customers who paid the city using a credit or debit card are urged to check their statements for fraudulent activity and immediately contact the card issuer with any concerns.
The vendor’s investigation has shown the breach skimmed credit card information beginning last June 13, but no personally identifiable information was accessed.
Most Read Nation & World Stories
- What is known about the White House's secret tunnels, bunker
- Cop in Floyd case got medals for valor and drew complaints VIEW
- Who’s wearing a mask? Women, Democrats and city dwellers
- Attorney general personally ordered removal of protesters near White House
- A latter-day Rip Van Winkle emerges, blinking, into the post-virus world
Anyone who has used a debit or credit card with the Goodyear since that date is advised to work with their financial institutions and/or credit card issuer to determine the most appropriate course of action.
The credit/debit card payment system will remain shut down until a new server is installed.