Hy-Vee experienced a hack that impacted some of its payment processing systems that are associated to transactions at various Hy-Vee fuel pumps and drive-thru coffee shops. Hy-Vee detected unusual and unauthorized activity on some of its PoS systems which caused them to hired a cybersecurity firm and immediately launched an investigation into the activities.

A spokesperson at Hy-Vee said that payment cards swiped at their front-end checkout lanes, customer service counters, pharmacies, floral departments, wine & spirits and other food service areas were not impacted by the breach. Hy-Vee has taken the appropriate steps to terminate the unauthorized activity on its payment processing systems and has asked its customers to review their payment card statements for suspicious activity and alert them immediately.

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