Last Updated: 2/9/2017
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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 February 1, 2017, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals decided appeals brought by two objectors to the Target settlement. The appellate court reversed and sent the case back to the district court. The Eighth Circuit instructed the district court to explain its findings on class certification, specifically the requirement that class representatives adequately represent the interests of the class. The Eighth Circuit directed the district court to make a new ruling on the class certification issue within 120 days and provide its decision to the Eighth Circuit. A copy of the Eighth Circuit’s opinion is available on this website under “Other Documents.”
Unfortunately, benefits cannot be distributed, and claims cannot be paid, under the settlement until class certification is again decided and any appeals are resolved. We do not know how long it will take to resolve the class certification issue but class counsel intends to move as quickly as possible to address this issue. Thank you for your patience. Please check this website for further updates.