It was even worse than we knew. 110-MILLION accounts ... That's how many customers had their personal information stolen during Target's security breach. The retailer is now going to offer free credit monitoring to all those people. Right before Christmas .. Target told us 40- million credit and debit card accounts had been compromised. Now .. that figure has been revised ..dramatically. Already ..several local credit unions are keeping close tabs on their members' accounts. Channel 4's Kristen Cosby is joining us LIVE from Mandarin with what you need to know to protect your money and your credit standing .. Kristen. 3 Tens of thousands of people in our area found their credit or debit card accounts hacked... and several local credit unions are trying to proactive about helping those people out. 00-1011-1427-3545-501'08- 1'11Sharon York, Debit card breached John Hirabayshi, Community First Credit Union CEO Kristen Cosby, Mandarin Peter Venuti, Target customer Sharon York is one of 110- million people whose credit or debit card was compromised at Target. She found out through her credit union, Vystar, who sent her a letter last week. Local credit unions Vystar and Community First are part of a group of credit unions who proactively replaced member's cards. John Hirabayashi is the CEO at Community First Credit Union. Hirabayashi also recommends Target shoppers monitor their accounts, sign up for account alerts, check their credit reports and sign up for the free credit monitoring Target is offering. Many shoppers we spoke with today are already being vigilant. York continues to shop at Target, but said this experience made her more cautious. Target said it will announce how to sign up for its free credit monitoring next week. It said customers will have three months to sign up for the service.