Target breach’s toll on Minnesota credit unions: $750,000

  • Article by: Jennifer Bjorhus , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 20, 2014 - 9:38 AM

Credit unions will replace about 144,000 credit and debit cards, survey suggests.

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comment229Feb. 20, 14 5:12 AM

Maybe congress needs to stop demanding who and how, and instead demand that we come up with a way to go after these guys, perhaps by passing a law stating that if caught and convicted, they are given a life sentence with no possibility of parole. Added to that, would be a mandatory extradition from any country in the world or that country would face "sanctions" from the USA until the amount of damage to our citizens was recovered. And yes, that extradition should be a two way street! Sorry, but just trying to prevent this, is not going to happen. Whatever man creates, someone else is going to defeat eventually and unless they face a severe penalty, they will keep trying. Ask any techie.

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gailycFeb. 20, 14 9:01 AM

Small price to pay. I was caught up in this and my CU replaced my card with no problems. Target to reimburse?

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eaganderFeb. 20, 14 1:14 PM

Not only did Target's security suck, but additionally when warned of this happening they ignored it initially or atleast delayed responding to it as credible. Oooh! I guess their faces are Target red now! They should offer to repay the costs of their folly, but if lawsuits are needed, so be it!

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