People who shopped in Forever 21 stores from March through October 2017 may have had their credit-card details stolen, the company announced.
- Forever 21 announced that credit-card data may have been stolen from in-store shoppers.
- Customers who may have been affected shopped at the store between March and October 2017.
- Full details, including the scale of customers affected, are currently unavailable.
Forever 21 announced on Tuesday that customers who shopped in certain stores this year may have had their credit-card information stolen.
Customers who shopped in store from March 2017 through October 2017 may be affected.
A third-party monitor alerted the retailer to the fact that in some instances, an encryption used to hide customer credit-card data was not functioning properly.
The number of people potentially affected was not yet available, but Forever 21 said in a press release that its investigation is ongoing. The company did not immediately return Business Insider's request for comment.People who shopped in Forever 21 stores from March through October 2017 may have had their credit-card details stolen, the company announced. Read Full Story