No less than 14 guests at Trump properties have had their payment card information stolen by hackers.
The incident is coming less than a year after Trump Hotels settled with the victims of a security breach.
“We recently learned of an incident involving unauthorized access to guest information associated with certain hotel reservations,” a letter on the Trump company’s website read on Tuesday. The breach occurred at Sabre Hospitality Solutions, a reservation service used by Trump Hotels—the Trump properties themselves were not hacked, according to the letter. A spokesperson for Sabre told the Washington Post that less than 15 percent of daily bookings on its reservation system was compromised.
The hotel chain, which is owned by President Donald Trump, was reportedly notified on June 5 that an unauthorized party had gained access to payment card data for Trump Hotels dating back to August 10, 2016. The data was last accessed, the company said, on March 9, 2017.