BevMo notifying thousands of customers after malware compromise of ecommerce site

From their template notification, submitted to the California Attorney General’s Office by Beverages & More (dba “BevMo”):

Notice of Data Breach
BevMo recently learned of a data incident from the ecommerce service provider that operates our website at This incident may have affected certain customers’ payment card numbers and other information entered on the BevMo website for a limited period of time. We are providing this notice as a precaution to inform potentially affected customers about this incident and to call your attention to steps you can take to help protect your personal information. We sincerely regret any concern this may cause you.

What Happened
Based upon information that we have received to date from the service provider that operates our website (NCR Corporation) and the results of a third party forensic investigation sponsored by NCR, we believe that an unauthorized individual was able to gain access to the BevMo website and install malicious code on our checkout page. This code was designed to capture payment information and may have affected certain orders placed on the BevMo website between August 2, 2018 and September 26, 2018. You are receiving this letter because our records indicate that you placed an order on the website during this timeframe.

What Information Was Involved
The malicious code may have captured the following types of information entered by customers on the BevMo website between August 2, 2018 and September 26, 2018: name, credit or debit card number, expiration date, CVV2 code, billing address, shipping address and phone number.

You can access the full notification here. More than 14,000 customers are reportedly being notified.

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