Or cards. Get new ones as soon as possible . That may seem redundant if you've changed your PIN but think of it like you've got a deep cut: First you stop the bleeding and then you get it sewn up.
#3) Place an initial fraud alert on your credit report.
The Ohio Attorney General says you should do this with one of the three major credit reporting agencies. Experian , Equifax and TransUnion will keep the initial fraud alert on your credit report for 90 days while you sort things out.
#4) Consider a security freeze.
This will lockdown your credit report to prevent a third party from seeing it, which the Ohio AG says can protect your from accounts being opened in your name. But know this: In Ohio, that freeze lasts until you lift it so do it with caution.
#5) Monitor your credit report.
Start immediately , but you'll want to keep checking it over the following year to make sure nothing suspicious begins to happen.
BONUS: Call Target directly. That number is 866-852-8680.