If you recently dined at a Chili's restaurant, hackers may have stolen your personal information. According to a report from USA Today, over the weekend the chain's parent company Brinker International, announced that a "data incident" at some Chili’s restaurants may have resulted in a data breach of credit card and debit card information.

So far, the list of restaurants that were impacted by the data breach has not been released. However, officials have said the data breach incident happened sometime between March and April. According to a release from Binker International, customers don't need to close their bank and credit card accounts but they say that you "should be sure to monitor your bank and credit card statements for accuracy and if you notice any suspicious activity or you believe your information is being misused, please contact your bank." Click here to read more from Brinker.

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