BofA, Citigroup Warn of Mass. Security Breach

Two of the largest U.S. banks —  Bank of America and Citigroup — have issued new credit and debit cards to Massachusetts customers after running into data-safety concerns.

Bank of America and Citigroup each recently issued replacement cards to consumers, telling them in letters that their account numbers may have been compromised.  Read the full story [bizjournals.com]

Two of the largest U.S. banks —  Bank of America and Citigroup — have issued new credit and debit cards to Massachusetts customers after running into data-safety concerns.

Bank of America and Citigroup each recently issued replacement cards to consumers, telling them in letters that their account numbers may have been compromised.  Read the full story [bizjournals.com]

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