Target Corporation Compensation For Breach Victims
According to WISH-TV , “Target is agreeing to pay up to $10 million dollars in damages. The 2013 data breach exposed details of as many as 40-million credit and debit card accounts and hurt holiday sales that year.” The article states further, claims will be submitted through a specific website that has not been identified yet.
What should I do if my information was taken in Target’s data breach?
WISH-TV goes on to report, “Victims must have proof of things; like late payment fees, higher interest rates, unauthorized charges and even lost time dealing with the issue.” These claims can be filed for compensation up to $10,000.
Where can I go to find out more information?
According to Target, if you shopped there between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15, 2013 you should monitor your bank account for suspicious activity. Any debit or credit cards used within the 2013 time frame, at Target, could have been impacted. Target has set up a FAQ sheet that can be accessed here if you are looking for more information.