“I think someone specifically decided to target Olympians. I don’t think it’s a vendetta against Olympians, but it’s ‘what’s a list of people we could do this to?’
“I don’t know if there was a data breach somewhere. The only information they seem to have are names and mailing addresses.”
Race walker Evan Dunfee of Richmond, B.C., and Calgary sport pistol shooter Lynda Kiejko confirmed they’ve dealt with the same credit card problems.
Dunfee cancelled a pair of cards that arrived at his parents’ house, with one already charged $500.
Kiejko was able to cancel charges and now has fraud alerts on her financial accounts.
“No idea who did it, or where they got my info,” she told The Canadian Press in a text.
As soon as Hayden cancelled one credit card, another one arrived in the mail as well as a statement from the first with $472 in charges.
The 37-year-old from Maple Ridge, B.C., won an Olympic bronze…