Due to the recent breach Target had with their credit card data, they are offering 1-year of FREE credit monitoring through Experian’s ProtectMyID. Just head over here to sign-up before April 23, 2014, and you’ll recieve an activation code within 72 hours to start the free service.
|Dear Target Guest,|
|As you may have heard or read, Target learned in mid-December that criminals forced their way into our systems and took guest information, including debit and credit card data. Late last week, as part of our ongoing investigation, we learned that additional information, including name, mailing address, phone number or email address, was also taken. I am writing to make you aware that your name, mailing address, phone number or email address may have been taken during the intrusion.|
|I am truly sorry this incident occurred and sincerely regret any inconvenience it may cause you. Because we value you as a guest and your trust is important to us, Target is offering one year of free credit monitoring to all Target guests who shopped in U.S. stores, through Experian’s® ProtectMyID® product which includes identity theft insurance where available. To receive your unique activation code for this service, please go tocreditmonitoring.target.com and register before April 23, 2014. Activation codes must be redeemed by April 30, 2014.|
|In addition, to guard against possible scams, always be cautious about sharing personal information, such as Social Security numbers, passwords, user IDs and financial account information. Here are some tips that will help protect you:|
|Target’s email communication regarding this incident will never ask you to provide personal or sensitive information.|
|Thank you for your patience and loyalty to Target. You can find additional information and FAQs about this incident at our Target.com/databreach website. If you have further questions, you may call us at 866-852-8680.|
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