The Magnolia Denver and other luxury hotels managed by Stout Street Hospitality recently became the latest victims of online hackers, the hospitality company announced Monday.
Stout Street Hospitality said in a release Monday, “unencrypted payment card information, as well as certain reservation information” was illegally accessed from August 2016 until March, proving once again that entering credit card info almost anywhere online is a risk.
Guests who stayed at the Magnolia Denver near the west corner of 17th and Stout streets, or other Magnolia locations, are encouraged to visit this site for more information.
Stout Street Hospitality uses Sabre Hospitality Solutions SynXis for reservations. Sabre learned it was hacked and notified Stout Street after “an examination of forensic evidence” June 6, according to the news release.
Sabre recomends that guests who stayed at Magnolia hotels from August through March “remain vigilant for incidents of fraud and identity theft by regularly reviewing your account statements and monitoring free credit reports.”
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