The credit card information of 7,000 people seeking healthcare at the Medical University of South Carolina was recently compromised.  Patients who paid for services with a credit card either over the phone or online were impacted, though the hospital believes no medical records were stolen.

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Charleston, SC (WLTX) – The Medical University of South Carolina says they have fallen victim to cyber theft, a problem that’s compromised the credit card information of almost 7,000 people.

A MUSC spokesperson said a credit card processing vendor notified the school on Aug. 22 about the hack, which occurred between June 30 and Aug. 21.  The hack affected people who used a credit card online or over the telephone to pay for healthcare services.


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