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If You Shopped at Target from November 27 through December 18, 2013 or Received Notice That Your Personal Information Was Compromised,
You Could Get Money from a Data Breach Settlement.

Consumers who shopped at Target from November 27 through December 18, 2013 or received notice that their personal information was compromised, may be eligible for money from a Data Breach Settlement. 

To learn more about your right to receive money or how to object or exclude yourself from the Settlement, read the Detailed Notice.

The Claim submission deadline of July 31, 2015 has passed.

No additional Claims are being accepted.


On August 14, 2018 the 8th Circuit denied the en banc petition. The objectors now have 90 days to file a petition for a writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court.  Target then has up to 10 days after that 90-day period expires to fund the Settlement, if no petition is filed. As a result, there is going to be some additional delay in paying claims in this case.

On June 26, 2018 one of the objectors who appealed the settlement has filed a petition for rehearing en banc with the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. It could take a number of weeks before the petition for rehearing en banc is accepted or rejected.

On June, 13, 2018, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion affirming the district court’s approval of the settlement.  Unless a subsequent appeal is taken, we intend to start the claims process as soon as practicable.  Please be patient and keep checking the website and your email for further updates.


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