Retail Company Says Info Stolen from 45.7M Credit Cards
TJX Cos., the company that owns discount retail stores Marshalls and TJ Maxx, announced that computer hackers had accessed online customer records that may include information on more than 45 million credit cards. According to a company filing recorded with the Securities Exchange Commission, the information that was stolen dates back to 2002, although the company does not know the exact nature or amount of the records that were accessed.
- "Computer Intrusion" Excerpt from TJX Cos. SEC Filing Statement
- Associated Press Article: TJX: At Least 45.7M Card Numbers Stolen
- Protect Your Identity (FindLaw)
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