HOUSTON - Paper or plastic? That's the question some Landry's customers may be asking themselves after the company revealed locations of establishments affected in a credit card security breach.
The Houston-based hospitality company first announced the breach in December.
From Dallas to Denver, and from Katy to Kemah, Landry's restaurants and casinos took a hit. The company own lots of different places. Not all properties were involved, mostly restaurants were affected by the security breach between May of 2014 and December 2015.
Looks like hackers really had an appetite for Saltgrass Steak House. Thirty-one of its locations made the list, which nearly all of those are in Texas.
If you had unauthorized charges, Landry's says to call the number on the back of your card immediately.
It has also installed enhanced security measures to prevent similar breaches in the future. If you have any questions, call them. A full list of affected locations can be found here.
Credit cards. They say never leave home without them. In cases like this, you might wanna start adding cash to your to-go menu.