Target Customers Wanted To Be Notified Sooner

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Updated: 12/20/2013 4:54 pm
We are learning more about the huge credit card data breach at target stores across the country.

The company has now hired a forensics firm to investigate what happened.

The hacking involves credit and debit cards used at Target stores on or after Black Friday.

Investigators are focusing on the processing centers that handle Target’s credit card transactions.

They also want to know if this was an inside job.

Meanwhile… Target sent an email to its customers overnight.

Many are furious with the company for not notifying them sooner about the breach.

The Secret Service is also investigating the hacking.

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