Langley FCU Warns Members About TJX Breach
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. -- The $1.1 billion Langley Federal Credit Union has sent a warning letter to 13,000 of its more than 150,000 credit and debit cardholders about their account numbers being compromised in the TJX card breach.
The CU has not found any card fraud on the accounts and has not started to close accounts or reissue cards, according to stories in the local media.
The credit union sent the letter to all customers who they believed used their credit card at TJX stores.
Marion Beaufort was one of the members who told WAVY, a local media outlet, that she had received a warning. "I check my card every day," said Beaufort.