Target offers identity theft protection, access to fraud resolution agent after massive security breach

The chain says hackers stole personal information from at least 110 million customers.

The chain says hackers stole personal information from at least 110 million customers. (1/15/14)

WOODBURY - Long Island residents are among the millions hearing from Target today about the company’s massive security breach.

Target sent an email this morning offering a year's worth of identity theft protection and access to a fraud resolution agent.

The chain says hackers stole personal information from at least 110 million customers.

It says that any Target customer who shopped in one of its U.S. stores is eligible.

The House and Senate Democrats are calling on Target's CEO to testify in Washington about the breach.
 

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