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CUNA said Friday it plans to open a data collection website next week that will allow credit unions to report their costs incurred to replace credit and debit cards compromised in the data breach that involved 40 million payment cards used at Target stores from Nov. 27 to Dec. 15.

In the meantime, CUNA is asking credit unions to maintain a tally of those fraud costs so they can record the information when the website opens.

Peter Strozniak


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