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TJX, Polo Data Surfaces in Credit Card Bust

By Evan Schuman  |  Posted 07-10-2007 Print

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After more than $75 million in bogus credit card charges, Cuban nationals in Florida have been arrested with more than 200,000 credit card account numbers, many of which came from the TJX and Polo Ralph Lauren data breaches.

After more than $75 million in bogus credit card charges, several Cuban nationals in Florida have been arrested with more than 200,000 credit card account numbers, many of which came from the TJX and Polo Ralph Lauren data breaches, according to U.S. Secret Service officials, commenting on the July 9 announced arrests.



 

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