New York’s attorney general recently urged New Yorkers to use free consumer protections offered in the wake of the Target security breach.
In December, Target agreed to a demand by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to provide credit monitoring and identity theft protections to potential victims of a vast Target security breach.
Anyone who was a Target customer may register for free credit monitoring at creditmonitoring.target.com, the attorney general said in a media release.
The free monitoring, offered through Experian’s ProtectMyID, will provide a copy of a credit report, daily credit monitoring, identity theft insurance allowed by law and access to assistance from a fraud resolution agent, the release said.
To register, consumers need to request an activation code by entering their name and email address at creditmonitoring.target.com before April 23, the release said. Consumers will receive an email from Target within five days with an activation code and instruction on registration, which is required by April 30.
For more information, visit target.com/databreach or to contact Target at (866) 852-8680.
Business offers winter wheeling opportunities
Otsego Bicycles will be hosting indoor bicycle training during winter months from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday for $5 per night, according to a media release.
Riders must provide their own bicycle and trainer stand, although a limited number of trainers will be available to rent for $3 per session.
Kyle Breier will lead the sessions.
Otsego Bicycles is located at 74 Water St. in Oneonta. For more information, call 432-1731.
Cooperstown restaurant offers winter, spring menus with ale
Dinners with beers are being offered this winter and spring by Brewery Ommegang, which is working with chef Alex Webster of Alex & Ika Restaurant of Cooperstown, a media release said.
Each dish is paired with an Ommegang ale selected to enhance flavors, presenters said. The $75 dinners are available at Tatintarte, the intimate upstairs dining room inside Alex & Ika at 149 Main St., and are served at 6 p.m. Thursday evenings _ Feb. 6 and 20, March 6 and 20, and April 3.
Courses include Belgian onion soup paired with Hop House, apple fennel salad paired with Witte, pulled pork with Abbey Ale, wild shrimp pappardelle pasta with Rare Vos, beer-braised beef brisket paired with Three Philosophers, Kashmiri chicken korma with Hennepin, and Belgian chocolate truffles paired with Chocolate Indulgence.
For reservations or more information, call Brewery Ommegang at 544-1800, ext 832.
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