Target faces second credit union class action lawsuit

David Morrison reports:

A second credit union has filed a legal complaint against Target over losses it said it sustained as a result of the firm’s card data breach late last year.

The $38 million First Choice Federal Credit Union, headquartered in New Castle, Pa., filed its complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania on Jan. 31.

The $211 million Alabama State Employees Credit Union filed a similar legal complaint in early January. Both are class action suits.

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