NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — With its gourmet pizzas, hand-made pasta and fine Italian cheeses, Eataly is popular with New Yorkers and tourists alike.
But the personal information of anyone who visited during the first three months of the year could be at risk, CBS2’s Sonia Rincon reported Friday.READ MORE: Mother, Man Arrested In New York City In Connection To Investigation Into Missing New Hampshire Boy
Eataly says it first noticed a problem a couple of months ago, when several employees, who also shop at the eatery, noticed fraudulent charges on their credit cards. That’s when the company says it launched an investigation.
“As soon as we found out, we posted it on our website to make sure all of our customers were informed,” Executive Director of Human Resources Cleo Clarke said.