But some security analysts wonder if the push toward chip-and-PIN technology is already too little, too late.
If you weren’t victimized in the Target breach, that doesn’t mean you can rest easy. The FBI says the number of incidents will continue to rise.
Bucks County director of consumer protection Mike Bannon says his department is getting calls about an old scam that’s been reinvented. He says it involves a major retailer.
“It’s not like the olden days when, if your credit card was used for some fraud, it was because you lost it,” says Prof. Rob D’Ovidio of Drexel University.
Target officials revealed that as many as 40 milllion credit and debit cards used to make in-store purchases in Target stores between November 27th and December 15th could be compromised.
Retailers are expected to begin selling Beyoncé’s new CD this weekend, but Target has decided not to stock it.
At Target the motto is “Expect more, pay less.” But when using certain coupons there, you could pay more than you expected. And it’s happening all over country.