T.J. Maxx Parent Company Announces Significant Credit Card Security Breach
By Liz Morris TJX Cos., the parent company of retailers T.J. Maxx and Marshall’s announced yesterday that hackers have successfully stolen customer credit card information from the company’s computer system. The company was not able to provide a precise number of customers whose card numbers—and in some cases, driver’s license numbers—may have been taken or exposed, although it could potentially be millions.
Thus far TJX does not know of any customers whose information has been used fraudulently.
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