Consumer alert and word that it wasn't just target. Now, another major department store saying credit card information was stolen there, as well. And it happened before christmas. So, why are... See More
Consumer alert and word that it wasn't just target. Now, another major department store saying credit card information was stolen there, as well. And it happened before christmas. So, why are customers just learning about this now? Here's abc's aditi roy tonight. Reporter: Tonight, another major retailer hit by holiday hackers. Neiman marcus says it is investigating a security breach involving stolen credit card information from its customers. The retailer, based in texas, says it first learned back in mid-december reports of fraudulent activity on customers' credit cards. Leading some analysts to question, why the luxury retailer waited weeks to reveal the news. It seems to me, that they didn't want to ruin their christmas shopping season. Reporter: In a statement, the company says, quote, we have begun to contain the intrusion. And have taken significant steps to further enhance information security. The news comes out after target disclosed its massive data breach over the holidays may have involved up million customers. We've been making sure there's no unusual transactions. Reporter: The personal information stolen from target customers, included names, phone numbers and addresses. It's a race against time for the bad guys. It can be three weeks to three months or more or less until the card numbers are changed. Reporter: The target theft county end up being the largest data breach on record for a retailer. As for neiman marcus, they say it's still not sure of the size and scope of its security breach.
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