Parking company issues cardholder security breach at Union Station

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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – A security breach at the Union Station parking lot could cause a lot of headaches this Holiday season.

St. Louis Parking Company reveled Wednesday that security for users of credit and debit cards at the parking lot have had their card information compromised. The company says the breach occurred from October 6th through October 31st of 2014.

Since the breach St. Louis Parking Company has isolated the server affected and placed additional security measures in place. The breach at Union Station does not affect other parking facilities in St. Louis.

The company is advising customers that parked in the Union Station parking lot in October to monitor their credit card and bank statements; if you suspect and fraudulent activity, you should call your financial institution and St. Louis Parking Company at 314-241-7777 extension 11.

For any additional information, you can go to St. Louis Parking Company website.

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