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Fraudsters are at it again. A recent hack at the Scotia Bank location ATM has compromised more than six-hundred customer cards.
Those cards are in the process of being replaced.
In a statement, Scotia bank says it takes seriously the safety and security of customer account information.
They’re closely monitoring the activity of affected customer cards, and all those customers have been notified.
“Scotiabank is aware of recent fraudulent activity affecting some Scotiabank customers in the Cayman islands. Scotiabank takes the safety and security of customer accounts and information very seriously. We are closely monitoring customer activity and customers that may have been impacted have been notified. We are also asking all of our customers to closely monitor their accounts and contact the bank immediately if they see any transactions that don’t belong to them. For customers who have any questions or concerns please contact your nearest branch.”
The statement also encourages Scotiabank customers to closely watch their accounts as well and if they find any issues to call the bank on 949-7666.