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11 Indiana Goodwill Stores Affected By Data Breach

Goodwill stores across the country were impacted by a malware that exposed payment card information.

Goodwill is releasing results of an investigation into a data breach, which exposed the credit and debit card data of a number customers.

Approximately 330 stores in 20 states, including Goodwill Industries of Southern Indiana, were affected by the compromise.

The vendor’s systems were intermittently attacked between February 2013 and August, 2014.

Goodwill officials say they have received a “very limited number of reports”of fraudulent use of the debit and credit cards connected to Goodwill customers’ stores.

In a statement, Jim Gibbons, president and CEO of Goodwill Industries International, said he takes the matter “very seriously” and that they are working to make sure a similar situation does not happen again.


Here’s a list of the Goodwill stores affected in Indiana:

1221 James Ave Bedford, IN Affected: 6/24/14 to 8/6/14

1212 Applegate Ln Clarksville, IN Affected: 4/8/14 to 8/6/14

2400 Landmark Ave Ne Corydon, IN Affected: 5/6/14 to 8/6/14

4646 Duffy Rd Floyds Knobs, IN Affected: 1/28/14 to 8/6/14

2764 Jefferson Centre Way Jeffersonville, IN Affected: 12/10/13 to 8/6/14

3200 English Sta Madison, IN Affected: 5/20/14 to 8/6/14

375 Professional Ct New Albany, IN Affected: 3/11/14 to 8/6/14

2260 N State Highway 7 North Vernon, IN Affected: 6/10/14 to 8/6/14

400 S Main St Salem, IN Affected: 3/25/14 to 8/6/14

1602 W Mcclain Ave Scottsburg, IN Affected: 4/22/14 to 8/6/14

1857 E Tipton St Seymour, IN Affected: 6/3/14 to 8/6/14

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