CA: Credit card numbers stolen in the East Bay

A handful of East Bay Wells Fargo customers had their credit cards canceled after their card numbers were stolen.

The bank says the card holders were victims of what’s called “a point of sale compromise.” That means thieves acquired card numbers at a store or ATM — not by hacking into a computer system. Customers aren’t happy.


Wells Fargo believes the “compromises” took place somewhere in Berkeley, they’re not sure where yet. It’s important to note, that Wells Fargo customers may not be the only ones affected, other credit or ATM cards may have been compromised.

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