Credit unions impacted by Target breach

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Updated: 1/23/2014 4:46 pm
RENO, Nev. ( & KRNV) -- Thousands of Nevadans were impacted by Target's massive data breach late last year. So far, it's costing credit unions in Nevada nearly $90,000 in card re-issuance and other expenses.

Greater Nevada Credit Union officials say it has cost their company more than $15,000, and that Target will not be reimbursing any of their expenses. Greater Nevada also says they have systems in place to monitor security breaches, so there is no reason for members to be overly concerned.
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Denton - 1/24/2014 1:29 PM
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The only safe way is cash. because this can happen anywhere you use your cards not just Target. I know it's not always practical but you can get a temporary Gift Credit-Debit Card. If shopping online some banks let you create "Virtual Account Numbers"

valleymike - 1/24/2014 7:10 AM
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Is it Target's fault or was Target the scapegoat for credit card companies that refuse to put higher security cards in the hands of their US customers that they have done for the last 5+ years for the European and Canadian customers.

Wannaknow - 1/23/2014 8:31 PM
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Bye Bye Target. Your lack of security is costing people money. I will now STOP shopping at Target.

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