The Institutes

Neiman Marcus Sued Over Customer Credit Card Data Breach

 Monday, March 17, 2014


Neiman Marcus Group Ltd., the luxury department store operator, was sued by an Illinois woman over a data breach in which the retailer initially said more than 1 million customer credit cards may have been compromised. Hilary Remijas, a Neiman Marcus cardholder, sued the Dallas-based company yesterday in federal court in Chicago. She’s seeking to proceed on behalf of anyone who made a debit or credit-card purchase at the store from July 16 to Oct. 30.

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