Bank restricting at-risk shoppers’ debit cards after Target data breach
Holiday shoppers are seeing another backlash from last week’s data breach at Target stores across the country.
With just two days to go until Christmas, JP Morgan Chase is limiting the use of debit cards for customers at risk from the hack.
The big bank said the move provides additional security for at-risk accounts.
It said ATM debit withdrawals for potential victims of the breach in the U.S. are temporarily limited to $100 per day.
The bank is also limiting purchases to $300 per day.
Customers whose debit cards are at risk won’t be able to access cash at ATMs if they’re traveling internationally.
JP Morgan also said it’s automatically re-issuing all affected debit cards.
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