StolenCreditCardHelp.com Shows How to Fight the Impending Dangers of Target Data Breach


Over 40 million customers affected by the recent payment data breach at Target shops can turn to the new website information and solutions.

Clearwater, FL (I-Newswire) December 23, 2013 - Between November 27 and December 15th, 2013, an estimated 40 million customers in Target shops all over the United States fell victim to unauthorized access to payment card data. Occurring in the midst of the holiday shopping season, the data breach created a lot of stir, now splashed in headlines of news and opinion papers and websites.

Apparently, customers who made credit or debit card purchases in brick-and-mortar Target shops within the three-week period had their information exposed, including credit card number, expiration date, and CVV security numbers. The Target data breach was impeccable in its timing, obviously orchestrated by the attackers to occur during the holidays.

The popular shopping destination, which touts the "Expect More, Pay Less" brand promise, has given its statement about the attack. CEO Gregg Steinhafel said in an official release that the company has "alerted authorities and financial institutions immediately after it was made aware of the unauthorized access, and is putting all appropriate resources behind these efforts." The Target credit card fraud involved the Point-of-Sale systems on the check-out counters, and online transactions were unaffected.

Stolen Credit Card Help is the online platform for individuals who may have been affected by the recent Target data breach. Offering a simple step-by-step plan, the website helps victims explore their options and recover from the crime.

According to StolenCreditCardHelp.com, the recent data breach suffered by over 40 million shoppers at Target calls for a real preventative solution, as the damage can be too overwhelming for everyone affected. The website suggests for individuals to put the pieces back again through Lifelock, a product developed to strengthen the fight against credit fraud and identity theft.

Target data breach sufferers are tasked to pay closer attention to their accounts and immediately report signs of theft, which are often characterized by unusual changes made in their personal information. LifeLock helps ease this job by alerting clients whenever suspicious use of their personal information in wireless services, retail credit, utilities and mortgage loans is detected. The product protects personal information using a combination of data surveillance techniques.
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The trusted provider of identity theft and fraud solutions, LifeLock is making it even easier for consumers to get the protection they need. Using the promo code "REPORT15", anyone who avails of the LifeLock protection plan will get a 15% discount and 30 days for free Until December 31st.

To find out more about the Target data breach and how LifeLock protection plan can help, please visit http://stolencreditcardhelp.com/ for information.






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StolenCreditCardHelp.com was set up for consumers affected by the recent data breach at Target. Offe   More..ring a step-by-step action plan, the website intends to help Target's 40 million affected customers find their way out of significant financial damage from their stolen credit or debit card information.Less..

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