Hotel credit card breach could be largest in US history

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Citigroup acknowledged on Monday, June 27, 2011 that customers will not be responsible for losses stemming from a hack attack in May when about $2.7million was taken from nearly 3,400 Citi credit card accounts. This is a file photograph – Citigroup credit card in a wallet.

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(KTVI) – There’s been another reported credit card hack. It happened to, White Lodging, a company that runs more than 170 Hilton, Marriott, Sheraton and Westin hotels around the US. There are none in Missouri but several in the Chicago area.

It could be the largest retail breach in US history, impacting 110 million customers, including 40 million credit and debit cards.

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