JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Black Friday shoppers who went to Target stores looking for a sale found more than a bargain.
Pamela Bunker is among the forty million customers whose credit and debit card accounts may have been compromised. Bunker was in the store between November 27 and December 15.
"You can see the dates at the top of these receipts," she said. "I was there."
Bunker, wife of a First Coast News employee, and now the victim of fraud.
"I called the bank this morning to verify my direct deposit had gone in," she said.
It did but not for long, her Vystar account was drained by two unauthorized transactions.
"There was a withdrawal today for $522 and yesterday for $544 dollars and I'm not in London," she said.
She filed a fraud report with Vystar and an official complaint with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.