Macy’s Locks Small Number of Accounts Following Suspicious Logins, Fraud Reports

9th July, 2018 By Catalin Cimpanu


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Department store chain Macy’s is telling some of its customers to keep an eye out on their online store profiles and card statements for signs of fraud following the discovery of a security breach.


In a letter sent to customers earlier this month, Macy’s says “cyberthreat alert tools” warned it about “suspicious login activities” surrounding some Macy’s online accounts.


“Based on our investigation,” the company said, “we believe that an unauthorized third party, from approximately April 26, 2018 through June 12, 2018, used valid customer user names and passwords to login to customer online profiles.”


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