And if by some chance I had become a victim of charges due to the theft of information from Target’s servers the company has made it absolutely clear I wouldn’t be on the hook. Their website clearly states — as did their corporate spokespeople — “You have zero liability for any charges you didn’t make.”
Below is the first part of an article Dennis Wyatt from mantecabulletin.com. It reads…
I am not upset at Target. Yes, it was a hassle of sorts to get a new ATM card due to their security breach that impacted 40 million consumers. But who is kidding who? It took less time than finding a space at the DMV parking lot.
Bank of Stockton did the lion’s share of the work. They issued the warning letter. They secured and sent out the new cards. All I had to do was open my mail, make a call, and punch in some numbers.
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