Tips to protect customers after Target data breach

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SEATTLE – The data breach at Target over the holiday season is worse than originally thought. The company says hackers not only accessed credit and debit card information from 40 million customers. They also got personal information, like phone numbers and email addresses, from up to 70 million additional customers.

Todd Pietzsch from BECU talked to Q13 Fox News about scams that customers should look out for, and the pro-active steps they can take to protect their identity and financial information.

More information about what Target is doing can be found at

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