In the wake of Target’s credit card breach, attorneys general in several states reiterated their pledges to try to help their respective constituents whose credit card accounts were compromised to deal with the fallout.
A spokeswoman for Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen said Monday, “Our office has been in direct communication with representatives from Target as well as other attorneys general concerned about this data breach. We are currently working to ascertain how many Connecticut consumers were affected by the breach and to ensure that affected consumers receive all the protections to which they are entitled.”
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