Cards utilized for hotel reservations, money advances and ATM deals were not impacted by the breach, FireKeepers stated. The Red Hot Benefits Club database also was not affected.The occurrence was discovered April 16 after the casino learnedfound out about a possible security event involving payment card info. The investigation verified several customer reports indicating concern about their bank and charge card statements.The casino replaced its point-of-sale devices with a system not tied to the gambling establishments major computer system systems throughout the examination, Vice President of Marketing Jim Wise said.Absent from the casinos release about the incident was information about whos accountable for the information security breach. Wise stated the examination of the occurrence is ongoing and that FireKeepers wouldnt comment about it Friday.FireKeepers is offering credit monitoring and identity security services to those impacted though AllClear ID at www.firekeepers.allclearid.com.Those who think they might

have been influenced by the breach were motivated by FireKeepers to call 855-861-4021 with any concerns or issues.