Gander Mountain Reports Loss of Equipment With Customer Data
St. Paul, Minn., Gander Mountain Co. said late Monday that computer equipment containing customer transaction information relating to a single store in Greensburg, Pa., is missing and may have been stolen.
The data relates to customers who conducted business at the store from July 2002 through June 2007. The sporting-goods retailer said the stored transaction information may have included roughly 112,000 credit-card numbers with expiration dates but without any other associated information, and roughly 10,000 transaction records that may have included the credit-card number, expiration date and customer name.
“We have no evidence that any of this information has been misused, or that the missing equipment was stolen with intent to steal data,” said Mark Baker, Gander Mountain president and chief executive, in a statement.