A few weeks ago, I learned that my credit card number was part of a large data breach and that I needed to cancel it immediately. My first thought? Panic and trepidation - what if someone already charged my card? What about the companies I have recurring payments with - will they reject them and charge me fees? How do I remember all the companies with which I even have recurring payments?
As all these questions entered my mind and I started questioning my loyalty to Capital One, I received the following email (pictured) explaining what I needed to do as a customer, and the companies I needed to contact:
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