As customers continue to file lawsuits against the convenience store chain Wawa over a data breach it experienced last year, credit card companies have begun filing class action lawsuits of their own over the hack that exposed payment card information from users at potentially all of the company’s locations.

Since January, attorneys from the Pittsburgh data privacy boutique Carlson Lynch have filed three class action lawsuits in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, alleging that the Delaware County, Pennsylvania-based company negligently failed to protect its payment card data. In their complaints, the plaintiff-companies, Inspire Federal Credit Union, First Choice Federal Credit Union and Greater Cincinnati Credit Union, argued that they hold the ultimate burden of resolving the problems that Wawa consumers may now face.

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