Bank customers’ personal data sold to credit card salespeople: Kompas investigation

The Jakarta Post reports:

A network of credit card salespeople and bank employees have been trading the personal information of bank customers and credit card holders with each other in an effort to make quicker sales, as reported by Kompas daily in a recent investigation.
Personal information sold by the salespeople comprised a customer’s name, phone number, address and even their parents’ names.
Basic customer information, excluding their financial information, was sold for as low as Rp 300 (21 US cents) per piece of information. Personal information that included evidence of a customer’s financial health was typically sold for between Rp 20,000 and Rp 50,000 per piece of information.
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