Retailer Neiman Marcus announced their customers’ credit and debit card databases have been hacked just weeks after Target announced a similar hack compromised as many as 70 million customers.
A spokeswoman for Neiman Marcus announced today they were notified nearly a month ago that an unspecified amount of card numbers may have been compromised as a result of the security breach.
The data may have been used to make unauthorized charges over the holiday season.
The Dallas-based clothing chain says they're working with the Secret Service to get to the bottom of the issue.
The company did not release an estimate of how many customers are affected.
This comes only weeks after Target announced a similar database break-in that compromised the personal information of as many as 70 million customers.