Hack Notice

Hack Notice: American Tire Distributors

American Tire Distributors

We believe that on march 3, 2017 a file containing your 2016 W-2 information was apparently fraudulently obtained by a third party. We learned of this on march 6, 2017 and an investigation immediately commenced. We believe the incident has been contained and did not involve an intrusion into the company's networks. What information was involved: The incident involved your 2016 W-2 information, which included your name, Social certificate number, 2016 wage information, and mailing address. More Information: https://oag.ca.gov/ecrime/datahack/reports/sb24-67004

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