Forever 21 has announced that it suffered a breach of its payment card systems, exposing consumer’s payment card information to hackers. If you shopped at Forever 21 between March of 2017 and October 2017 you are potentially affected by this breach. While Forever 21 has not advised the public or consumers which stores were specifically affected, consumers who used their credit or debit cards between March 2017 and October 2017 should monitor their accounts for fraudulent charges. Consumers faced with fraudulent charges should immediately notify their banking institution of the charges, and freeze or cancel the affected cards.
If you have suffered a fraudulent charge on a credit or debit card you used at Forever 21 between March 2017 and October 2017 and would like to discuss your rights please feel free to contact us at the Locks Law Firm. We regularly represent consumers in cases against businesses which fail to adequately secure private information like payment card information.