Atlanta – Chick-fil-A is currently investigating “suspicious activity” on some of its customers’ Chick-fil-A One accounts.
“While we are still investigating how certain customers were targeted by this fraudulent activity, we have already taken precautionary measures to further protect affected member accounts and are reviewing the situation and We are enhancing our security protocols where necessary,” he wrote in a warning to Atlanta-based food chain customers.
Chick-fil-A noted that this activity was not the result of a compromise of the company’s internal systems.
“Chick‑fil‑A is committed to protecting customer data and is working quickly to resolve issues for affected customers,” they continued. “We understand and take seriously the trust you place in us to ensure that your personal information is secure.
The company recommends that account holders keep updating their passwords to “new and unique” passwords to “proactively keep their accounts secure.”
Represented by more than 170,000 team members, operators and staff, Chick-fil-A restaurants serve customers in more than 2,700 restaurants in 47 states, Washington DC, Puerto Rico and Canada.
The support page on Chick-fil-A’s customer support website advises potentially affected clients if they notice unusual activity on their account, if mobile orders are fraudulently placed on their account, or if a client’s We provide detailed information on what to do when points are used. Unauthorized exchange or gift of rewards.
last month, Chick-fil-A in North Carolina He was fined more than $6,000 and had to pay back wages to a handful of employees after the Department of Labor found he was violating multiple child labor and minimum wage standards.
Related: North Carolina Chick-fil-A owner fined for violating child labor laws, paying workers for food: report
According to a report released by DOL, Chick-fil-A location in Hendersonville, North Carolina, At this facility, owned by Good Name 22:1 LLC, three workers under the age of 18 were allowed to operate, load, and unload a trash compactor and were fined $6,450.
Chick-fil-A did not immediately respond to FOX Television Stations’ request for comment.
This story was reported from Los Angeles.