The Target Credit Card Breach Could Personally Cost You More Than $600

Target credit card breach

I’ve been telling friends who have shopped at Target this holiday season to make sure that they cancel their debit and credit cards and get new ones. I’ve been surprised that some seem fairly nonchalant about it, and they aren’t planning to cancel so they don’t have to deal with the hassles that go along with getting a new card. Their reasoning? “It’s not my fault, so if anything bad happens, it’ll be Target’s responsibility to pay for any fraud committed. It isn’t going to cost me anything.” This is a terrible stance to take that could end up costing you hundreds of dollars.

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