Bankers Report Stolen Credit Info Used for Purchases

Have you shopped at TJ Maxx, Marshalls, or Home Goods anytime in the last year? If so, check your credit and debit statements.

We told you last week hackers cracked into the computer system at the parent company for all three stores, stealing credit, debit, checking and driver's license information. (See Hijackers Steal Customer Credit Information and More from TJ Maxx Parent Company.)

Now, word is some banks have tracked down fraudulent purchases as a result of the hacking. The Massachusetts Bankers Association says purchases have been made in Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and overseas in Hong Kong and Sweden.