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One more credit union is suing convenience store and gas station chain Wawa in federal court for damages related to the company’s recent data breach.

The Newton, Penn.-based Inspire Federal Credit Union filed a class-action suit against Wawa on Jan. 29 in a Pennsylvania District Court. Similar to another class-action suit filed by First Choice Federal Credit Union on Jan. 3, Inspire’s suit said that the alleged breach exposed data from at least March 4, 2019 through Dec. 12, 2019, and that it compromised cardholder names, credit and debit card numbers and card expiration dates. It also said the breach forced credit unions to replace member cards and cover fraudulent purchases.

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