If you shopped at T.J. Maxx (or Marshalls) between Nov. 24, 2003, to June 28, 2004, you may be part of the biggest hack in history! Over 45.7 Million Credit and Debit customer transactions were stolen and they haven’t even stopped counting yet.

The filing also said another 455,000 customers who returned merchandise without receipts had their data stolen, including drivers license numbers.

With at least 46 million consumer records accessed, the TJX case outranks the previous largest case tracked by the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse: a June 2005 disclosure by credit card processor CardSystems that hackers accessed accounts of 40 million card holders.

Source: MSNBC

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