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Customers who have eaten at a Wendy’s restaurant and used a debit or credit card to pay for their food are being encouraged to check their statements and read more information on a cyber breach found at some franchise-owned restaurants.

The following restaurants may have been impacted by the cyber attack using malware, click for locations near you.

Wendy’s Company first reported unusual payment card activity in February 2016, and believes the activity may have occurred as early as October 2015. Then, on June 9, 2016, company officials reported that an additional malware variant had been identified and disabled.

All of the impacted locations are located in the United States.