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Target Breach Update: What Your Bank Is Saying

December 24, 2013

Following the announcement that 40 million credit and debit card numbers were stolen from people who shopped at Target stores between November 27 and December 15, some card issuers and customers are now detecting illegal use of those accounts by identity thieves.

In response, many banks and credit card companies are saying that the fraud is being investigated and that customers will not be responsible for fraudulent charges.

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Here are links to customer advisories published by some of the larger institutions:

American Express
Bank of America
BarclayCard
BB&T
BBVA Compass
Boeing ECU
Capital One
Chase
Citi
Comerica
FNBO Direct
Commerce Bank
Golden1
Huntington
KeyBank
Navy FCU
PNC
SchoolsFirst FCU
Target REDcard
TCF Bank
USAA
U.S. Bank
Wells Fargo

Learn more about what you should do in response to the Target breach and read Target's announcement to customers

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