FirstBank Canceling Debit Cards Due To ‘Possible External Security’ Incident; Accounts May Have Been Compromised, The Bank Warns

FirstBank, whose presence in the U.S. Virgin Islands is second only to Banco Popular’s, is canceling debit cards as soon as Monday because of what the bank described as a “possible external security” incident that affected the bank. The debit cards are being canceled, FirstBank said in emails sent to account holders, because accounts may have been compromised. Firstbank is also advising its customers to stay alert for the next 12 to 24 months and notify the bank of any suspicious activity.

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