Posted on November 7th, 2010 No comments
A spree of payment card fraud incidents at multiple retail locations in Seattle has prompted an investigation by law enforcement authorities.
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Fraud Spree Strikes Seattle
Posted on October 6th, 2010 No comments
If you used a debit card at a local Aldi in June, July or August, check your bank statements. The discount grocery chain said customer bank account information could have been compromised when shoppers paid with debit or other cards between June 1 and Aug.
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Grocery chain says your bank info could be stolen
Posted on September 13th, 2010 No comments
Identity theft is a serious crime and a trend that is growing daily. In a busy day, you might write a check for groceries, rent a car with your credit card, use your debit card to buy gas and buy tickets online for an upcoming baseball game.
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Identity thieves get bolder, go high tech
There’s been another credit card security breach, this time at the Radisson hotel chain.
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Guard Yourself From Identity Theft Away From Home
Radisson Hotels revealed Wednesday that a “limited” number of guests may have had their credit or debit card data stolen, due to a breach of the computer systems at some of the chain’s hotels.
Chase Bank data loss incident circa 2009-08-13
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Tape lost at offsite storage location
Boston University Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps data loss incident circa 2009-08-20
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Social Security numbers and some birth dates of 6,675 exposed through file transfer program
Posted on August 19th, 2009 No comments
7-Eleven Inc. said Tuesday that the theft of credit and debit card data at its stores as part of what is believed to be the biggest retail data breach in history occurred during a 12-day period in 2007.