Two Tallahassee UPS stores are part of a nationwide security breach for the company.
Anyone who used a credit or debit card there between this past January 20th and August 11th could be at risk.
The two stores affected are both in northeast Tallahassee.
One of them is the Kerry Forrest Parkway location.
The other one is at the Village Square Boulevard store.
UPS is offering free identity and credit protection services to affected customers for one year.
"They were very informative," said UPS customer Rochelle Sexton. "They handed me a brochure of contacts that I can make to protect my security which I'll do and I mean it's everywhere," she said.
Anyone who needs more information about the security breach should call 1-855-731-6016.
The two Tallahassee stores are the only ones affected by the security breach in the whole state of Florida.
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