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Published January 16, 2014, 07:42 PM

Fargo residents file suit against Target

Fargo, N.D. (WDAY TV) -If you want to be a part of the security breach lawsuit against Target, you might be waiting for months. It's not a class action lawsuit, yet.

By: WDAY Staff Reports , WDAY

Fargo, N.D. (WDAY TV) -If you want to be a part of the security breach lawsuit against Target, you might be waiting for months. It's not a class action lawsuit, yet.

The Fargo Law firm that filed the lawsuit on Wednesday for two Fargo residents says the suit makes it clear the firm wants to turn it into a class action, but won't go back to the judge to request that until more information is gathered.

As the lawsuit stands, Alissa Farol and Frances Lundblad are the lone plaintiffs.

Both women used credit or debit cards at a Fargo Target store between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15 when a massive security breach may have compromised credit information for as many as 70 million people.

Todd Miller, Partner at Solberg Stewart Miller Law Firm: "The way the process will work is right now it is an individual case, two cases together, but we're going to ask the judge to certify it as a class, and that will protect everyone in North Dakota that's been affected by this security breach"

Miller says you don't have to be a resident of North Dakota to be part of the possible class action; you just need to have shopped at a North Dakota Target.

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