by Michael J. Shapiro | October 01, 2015
On the heels of news about a possible hack at a number of Hilton Worldwide's U.S. properties, the Trump Hotel Collection has issued notice of a possible data breach at its hotels. While it hasn't yet been confirmed that any credit fraud has occurred, according to Trump Hotels, malware was discovered in payment systems affecting Trump SoHo New York, Trump National Doral, Trump International New York, Trump International Chicago, Trump International Waikiki, Trump International Hotel & Tower Las Vegas, and Trump International Toronto.

"Although an independent forensic investigation has not conclusively determined that any particular customer's payment-card information was taken from the properties' payment-card system or misused," reads the statement, "we are providing this notice out of an abundance of caution to inform potentially affected customers of the incident and to call their attention to some steps they can choose to take to help protect themselves."

Customers who stayed at the properties between May 19, 2014, and June 2, 2015, should review credit- and debit-card statements for discrepancies or unusual activity, advised the hotel company, and check their credit reports. Trump Hotel Collection will provide one year of complimentary fraud resolution and identity-protection services to all customers of the properties who used a payment card during that time frame. Call (877) 803-8586 for more information.