Plaintiffs lawyers representing some banks and financial institutions caught up in Target’s 2013 data breach say the $67 million deal struck last week between the retailer and Visa Inc. leaves their clients shortchanged.

The banks and credit unions are the only plaintiffs left in the data breach litigation after Target paid $10 million in March to settle more than 140 class actions filed by its customers.

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