Data breach may have compromised card info for people who stayed at Denver, Winter Park hotels

Posted at 5:24 PM, Aug 15, 2017
and last updated 2017-08-15 19:24:36-04

DENVER – If you stayed at the Magnolia Hotel in Denver or the Winter Park Mountain Lodge between August 2016 and March 2017, there’s a chance your credit card information was stolen in a breach.

The company that operates both hotels, Stout Street Hospitality, sent out a notice Monday warning people who stayed at one of their properties—which also includes locations in Texas, St. Louis and Omaha—between Aug. 10, 2016 and March 9, 2017 that their information could have been compromised.

The company said it discovered the breach sometime late this spring and starting notifying some of its customers of the breach on June 6.

The company said “an unauthorized party” was able to gain access to card and reservation information.

“The unauthorized party was able to access payment card information for hotel reservations, including cardholder name; payment card number; card expiration date; and, for a subset of reservations, payment card security code,” Stout Street said in a statement. “The unauthorized party was also able, in some cases, to access certain information such as guest name, email, phone number, address, and other information. Information such as Social Security, passport, or driver’s license number, was not accessed.”

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