American alcohol retailer BevMo has suffered a breach that leaked credit card data, including security codes, belonging to 15,000 customers. A privately-held corporation based in Concord, California, BevMo sells mostly alcoholic beverages. As of 2013, the company operates 148 stores.
California attorney general’s office received a notice from BevMo this week that someone planted malware on its checkout page, the Associated Press reports. The code was designed to steal customers’ names, credit and debit card numbers, expiration dates, CVV codes, billing addresses, shipping addresses and phone numbers.
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