Chase puts withdrawal limits on cards affected by Target security breach

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: December 21, 2013 - 5:35 PM

ATLANTA — Chase is putting some temporary restrictions on debit cards affected by Target's security breach.

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redcapDec. 21, 13 6:07 PM

What about Chase credit cards?

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celtman1Dec. 21, 13 6:26 PM

Hey REDCAP: The following copy 'n paste paragraph from the article pretty well covers the Chase credit cards. The limits will be in place until Chase replaces the cards. Chase credit cards are not restricted.

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tkr380Dec. 21, 13 6:46 PM

Purchased about $65 worth of merchandise at Target yesterday. Went to ask for the 10% they are offering today and tomorrow because of the cc negligence. One Target said sure, but you have to go to the Target you purchased it at. Went there and was promptly told "bring the merchandise back and return it, then buy it again and we can give you the 10%." How ridiculous! Target is demonstrating it doesn't give a rip about customers anymore.

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tkr380Dec. 21, 13 7:00 PM

I can't wait for the class action suit against the politically correct Target. Target has spent millions being "politically correct" to the extreme. I hope they end up paying all 40 MILLION card holders that were violated $100 each!

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decembersueDec. 21, 13 7:55 PM

I cancelled my debit card yesterday. Everyone should. This is a no brainer: if your card is compromised, you cancel it, end of story. The only reason most banks aren't requiring this is they know they'll lose more money on lost transactions than they would dealing with the mess of fraud on cards. But that's their problem - not yours.

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traderbillDec. 22, 13 9:11 AM

Hacking is a way of life, and for companies and banks a cost of doing business: why do we still rely on FOUR digit pin numbers? Why aren't chips embedded in cards as in Europe? Actually because the risk of loss is minimal. Kudos to Target for seizing the opportunity to turn a negative into a positive. All week I had been getting Target emails offering great sales on toy's (before Christmas?) and better and better sales. Suddenly, let's make it up to you with a 10-15% discount - that folks is called 'inventory reduction' - stock has doing badly due to their Canadian expansion, and lower than average customer traffic for the last few quarters. All is not as it appears or as scary as it sounds.

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