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PNC replacing credit cards used during Target breach
She said this week's action did not cover PNC debit cards.
PNC was not disclosing how many cardholders were affected, she said.
"We are replacing them for all customers who used cards [at Target] during that time, not just those who may have had an issue," spokeswoman Marcey Zwiebel said Friday.
Customers should immediately activate their new cards and destroy the old ones, Ms. Zwiebel said. People who do not activate the new cards will find their old ones automatically deactivated April 30.
to use their cards and having the transactions denied.
"Unless there has been suspicious activity, we believe customers should feel safe and secure using their existing debit card," she said.
"We just made the decision to go ahead and do it," she said. "We still believe most of our customers were not affected by the breach, but want to continue to do all we can to ensure our cards are as safe as they can be."
Dollar has said it had detected a dramatic increase in fraudulent transactions and wanted to move quickly to stem losses.
make purchases at Target during the breach closely monitor their accounts and quickly report any suspicious activity.
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Pittsburgh's biggest bank sent letters this week to affected customers telling them to expect a new card in seven to 10 days.
any recent spike in fraudulent transactions.
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Since the Target breach, PNC has been replacing cards on an individual basis for customers who have identified suspicious transactions on their accounts, Ms. Zwiebel said.
"Ideally, we would have gotten an email out prior to [canceling the cards] but we were working quickly to stop the additional fraud," a spokeswoman said at the time.
The breach at Target, from Nov. 27 to Dec. 15, compromised card accounts and personal contact information for tens of millions of shoppers.
PNC's credit cards are part of the Visa network, which provides cardholders with zero liability coverage for fraudulent transactions.
Some four months after the massive data breach at Target, PNC Bank is in the process of canceling all of its credit cards used at the discount retailer during the cyber break in.
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