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Long Island Credit Unions React to Target Breach

Bethpage Federal Credit Union and Teachers Federal Credit Union both said they would contact customers if they were among those affected.

The two largest credit unions in the region have put out alerts in the wake of a security breach at Target, where data tied to about 40 million credit and debit card accounts was stolen. 

Bethpage Federal Credit Union and Teachers Federal Credit Union both said they would contact customers if they were among those affected.

Bethpage Federal said if it suspected that an account has been impacted, members would be contacted directly and a new card would be issued. In the meantime, existing cards can continue to be used.

Teachers Federal said it was also analyzing cardholder transactions and would also contact members if necessary.

The data breach affected customers who shopped at Target between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15.

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