Atlantis resort in the Bahamas loses customer information…



The identities of 50,000 customers of the Atlantis resort in the Bahamas has been lost. The information was copied from the hotel’s customer database and can include credit card information as well as social security numbers as well.


The information includes typical information such as names, addresses and credit card details, but also more damaging details such as social security numbers, drivers license numbers and bank account data. The hotel management is writing notices to affected customers to inform them of the issue, and offering a no-cost credit monitoring service for one year, according to a Yahoo news article.

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