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FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Credit unions that issue Visa had their chance in late 2007 to get back some of the money they lost in the TJX card security breach. Now MasterCard issuing credit unions will have their chance.

TJX has offered to pay up to $24 million in aggregate to MasterCard issuers that had card data compromised in the company’s enormous card data theft that came to light in early 2007. The arrangement is similar in some respects to a previous offer made to Visa issuers.

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