A major security breach at discount retailer Target may have compromised credit and debit card data for any cardholders who shopped at Target stores across the nation between November 27th and December 15th. The stolen credit and debit card data included cardholder names, card numbers, expiration dates and security codes. If you have visited a Target store over the past several weeks, there are four steps you should take immediately to protect yourself:
- Check your account for any charges that you don't recognize.
- Call your local branch office or call (800) 940-8445 and notify us that you have shopped at Target recently.
- Replace your ATM/Debit card and change your PIN immediately. Once you receive your replacement card, make sure to update your card information with any companies that have your card on file for automatic payments.
- Sign up for a fraud monitoring service if you are concerned about credit card or identity theft going forward.
Be Informed! It's the best way to protect yourself against identity theft.
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