DULUTH, MN – The Dunn Brothers coffee shop on London Road is among dozens of businesses that may have had their credit cards compromised last month.
North Country Business Products, Inc., announced the security breach on Monday.
They said a “recent data security incident may have resulted in unauthorized access” to debit and credit card information.
According to a news release, the potentially affected transactions at the Duluth Dunn Brothers occurred between January 4 and January 10.
Transactions at Memorial Medical Center in Ashland, WI and Stony Point Resort in Cass Lake, MN may have also been impacted on January 4, the company said.
Although North Country lists the Ranch Supper Club as one of the business partners whose customer data was potentially exposed, Supper Club owners say all credit card information is secure due to the restaurant having a completely separate credit card machine, processor and terminal.
North Country has established a dedicated assistance line for individuals seeking additional information regarding this incident.
Consumers can call 1-877-204-9537, Monday through Friday (excluding U.S. holidays), 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Consumers can also find additional information below on how they can protect against fraud and identity theft.