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Some last-minute Christmas shoppers may be frozen in their tracks because of the massive security breach at Target.
   
The nation's largest bank--J.P. Morgan Chase--  has temporarily placed a 300-dollar a day spending limit on those customers potentially impacted by the hacking.
   
Some customers in California have already filed what could become a class-action lawsuit against Target, saying the chain quote, "Failed to implement and maintain reasonable security procedures and practices."

"We can get to the bottom of how target's in store security was compromised in order to make sure that Target, in the future, and all other stores, adequately protect to consumers from this kind of devastating theft."
   
Target said on Sunday it notified millions of affected customers via e-mail and is working with the Secret Service and financial institutions to resolve the problem.
   
They also offered customers 10 percent store-wide discounts this weekend as well as free credit monitoring.