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    Due to the sheer size of the Epsilon Marketing Breach, the list of affected companies grows daily.  Here is a list of the affected companies reported so far:

    Kroger
    JPMorgan Chase
    Capital One
    Citi
    New York & Company
    US Bank
    Barclays Bank of Delaware
    Barclay’s L.L. Bean Visa card
    Brookstone
    McKinsey Quarterly
    TiVo
    College Board
    Walgreens
    Ameriprise
    Marriott Rewards
    Ritz-Carlton Rewards
    Disney Destinations (The Walt Disney Travel Company)
    Benefit Cosmetics
    Home Shoppers Network (HSN)
    AbeBook
    Best Buy
    Best Buy Canada Reward Zone
    Robert Half International
    Borders
    City Market
    Dillons
    Food 4 Less
    Fred Meyer
    Fry’s
    Hilton Honors
    Jay C
    King Soopers
    QFC
    Ralphs
    Smith Brands
    Verizon
    Visa
    AIR MILES Reward Program (Canada)
    Beachbody
    bebe
    College Board
    Eileen Fisher
    Ethan Allen
    Lacoste
    Red Roof Inn
    Target
    1-800-FLOWERS
    Ann Taylor
    Viking River Cruises
    BJ’s Visa
    World Financial Network National Bank
    Victoria’s Secret card
    Express card
    Catherine’s card
    TripAdvisor.com
    TIAA-CREF
    TD Ameritrade
    Smith Brands
    Scottrade
    Robert Half International
    MoneyGram
    Marks & Spencer
    Eurosport Soccer
    Eddie Bauer Friends
    Dell Australia
    Charter Communications
    ExxonMobil card
    Home Depot card
    NTB card
    The Place
    Crucial
    Stonebridge Life Insurance
    Tastefully Simple
    Chadwick’s
    Dressbarn
    Fashion Bug
    Giant Eagle
    J.Crew
    Lane Bryant
    Maurice’s
    PotteryBarn
    RadioShack
    Sears
    Smile Generation Financial
    The Limited
    United Retail Group
    Avenue
    Jessica London
    OneStopPlus
    Value City Furniture

     

    Although Epsilon states only 2% of the companies they work were impacted the list is growing, and most consumers plugged into the net received at least one letter that started “We regret to inform you”

    Unfortunately this databreach has become old news.. so I will continue to gather these names as they become available.

     

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