NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- If you shopped at a Mapco convenience store recently, your financial information may be at risk.
The Tennessean is reporting that Mapco is warning that hackers may have gained access to customer debit card and credit card information.
The Brentwood-based chain says customers who made credit card or debit card purchases at certain locations during three different time periods are at risk. Company officials say customers may be vulnerable if they used cards at those stores from March 19-25, April 14-15 and April 20-21.
The locations involved Mapco Express, Mapco Mart, East Coast, Discount Food Mart, Fast Food and Fuel, Delta Express and Favorite Markets. Company officials say it's not clear whether any card information has been stolen.
Customers with questions can call (877) 297-2081 for more information.
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