Whether it’s Target, Neiman Marcus or Michael’s, customers whose credit card or debit card information was stolen by hackers feel violated and are left watching their accounts like a hawk. So, the idea of a more secure system is understandably appealing.
Attorney General Eric Holder says the Justice Department is committed to tracking down those responsible for stealing information from millions of Target customers.
More than one million debit and credit card users may have had their information compromised during the Neiman Marcus security breach.
Did you get an email from Target alerting that your personal information may have been compromised?
Target is just not having a very good start to 2014. The latest incident came in Clearwater when a skateboarding man grabbed a 32-inch TV from the Super Target, hopped on his skateboard and rolled out the door.
Luxury merchant Neiman Marcus announced thieves may have stolen customers’ credit card and debit card information and made unauthorized charges over the holiday season.
Target revealed Friday that the pre-Christmas data breach was nearly double the original number of victims.
Days after a major data breach at Target stores, the company has released more information about the issue.
Lawsuits are now being filed in the wake of the Target security breach. Three class-action lawsuits have now been filed following the theft of data on about 40 million credit and debit card accounts of shoppers at Target from Nov. 27 to Dec. 15.
If you plan to use your Chase bank debit card to make a couple of last minute holiday purchases, you may need to watch what you spend. In the wake of a data breach at Target, Chase is now limiting debit card use for potential victims.