Target May Owe you $10,000 for 2013 Security Breach

June 17, 2015 by Kyle
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Target is close to making right on their massive security breach from 2013. Court documents filed in March show they have set aside $10 million to pay victims, up to $10,000 each. To be eligible, you must be able to clearly prove actual harm. They have set up a dedicated website where you can file your claim and get more information on the class action lawsuit.

If you’ve experienced at least one of the following, and used a credit or debit card at a Target location between November 27, 2013 and December 18, 2013, you may be eligible.

  • Unauthorized credit or debit card charges which haven’t been reimbursed.
  • Personal time spent addressing unauthorized charges.
  • Costs associated with getting a credit report fixed.
  • Higher interest rates or fees on accounts as a result of the breach.
  • Credit-related costs.
  • Costs required to replace a Social Security number, phone number or identification.

Target’s class action lawsuit website also has a very good FAQ section to answer all of your questions as well a list of important dates that you need to be aware of.

You Could Get Up to $10,000 | Target Class Action Lawsuit

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