Customer info might be exposed after UPS hack
The UPS store on Bethel Road might has been hit with malware that exposed customers’ information such as credit cards, debit information, email addresses and home addresses. The virus was found in the Columbus-store’s systems, which could be a potential threat to customers. The 829 Bethel Rd UPS store was one of the lucky 51 stores across the country that had infected store computers, possibly leaking the information of 100,000 transactions that occurred between Jan. 20 and Aug. 11, the Dispatch reported.
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