IHG 2016 data breach included 7 South Dakota hotels

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If you stayed at a hotel late last year, you may want to check your debit or credit card account.

Intercontinental Hotels Group, which includes the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza brands, says more than 1,200 of its hotels were infected with malware that stole customer debit/credit card data between Sept. 29 and Dec. 29 of 2016. That includes several hotels in South Dakota and surrounding states.

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IHG originally said only a dozen properties were affected. The hotel chain has not published a complete list of the hotels that were affected, but it's offered a state-by-state lookup page. On their website, the chain states that a small percentage of IHG-branded franchise properties did not participate in the investigation, and investigations are still in progress at certain properties.

South Dakota Holiday Inn Express sites affected by the 2016 hack:

Brookings at 3020 Lefevre Drive: Sept. 29 to Nov. 17
Fort Pierre at 110 East Stanley Road: Sept. 29 to Dec.29
Hill City at 12444 Old Hill City Road: Sept. 29 to Oct. 19
Keystone at 321 Swanzey St.: Sept. 29 to Dec. 29
Sturgis at 2721 Lazelle St.: Sept. 29 to Dec. 29
Vermillion at 1200 North Dakota St.: Sept. 29 to Dec. 9
Yankton at 2607 Broadway Ave.: Sept. 29 to Nov. 16

To view more affected hotels, visit the IHG website here.

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