Follow-up: Victim of Port Mann security breach speaks out

More on the Port Mann Bridge breach noted previously on this blog where  someone with a criminal record managed to get a job by false pretenses that enabled him to acquire customers’ personal information, including credit card numbers:

One of the Port Mann Bridge users whose tolling accounts were allegedly handled by a convicted fraud artist is slamming the company for how it handled the mess.

Don Woode is among the 350 drivers who signed up for the new TReO tolling stickers, only to learn they had given their home address, license plate number and credit card number to an employee who didn’t have the authorization to take it.

Read more on CTV.

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