Credit cards hacked at Lansing parking structure


LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The owner of a Lansing parking structure says someone has hacked into the records of some of his credit card customers.

Shawn Elliott is an owner of the five-story Grand Avenue parking in Michigan's capital. He tells the Lansing State Journal ( ) that he shut down the parking structure's credit card processing system Friday after a customer told him her bank notified her someone was trying to use her card in New Jersey.

Elliott says the problem was traced to the parking structure because a friend of the woman who also parked there had a similar recent problem with credit card fraud.

Elliott says 20 or more patrons may have been affected.

He says anyone who has used a credit card at his structure within 45 days to replace it.


Information from: Lansing State Journal,

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