Bowlmor AMF, the world’s largest bowling center operator, said late Friday that it had a possible data breach at 21 of its more than 300 domestic locations in 12 states between Feb. 4 and March 19.
Malware was found on computers at the 21 locations, including three in Virginia – AMF Sunset Lanes on West Broad Street in Henrico County; AMF Dale City Lanes in Woodbridge; and AMF Hilltop Lanes in Roanoke.
The company said it removed the malware from its systems after it was recently notified by its credit card processor of some unusual card activity related to transactions at a “small number of its locations.”
Bowlmor AMF said if found no evidence indicating any information was stolen. The company said it is possible that the “malware collected certain data relating to some credit and debit cards use at these locations.”
The only information collected was credit card number, a cardholder’s name and credit card expiration date, the company said.
Customers seeking more information can call Bowlmor at (866) 821-6961.
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