MidFlorida Credit Union Issuing New Cards

Kyle Kennedy reports that new fraud reports have emerged related to the Heartland Payment Systems breach disclosed in January 2009 and that a credit union is now replacing additional cards:

Some MidFlorida Credit Union members are getting new debit cards because of a fraud risk.

Kathy Britt, chief operations officer for Lakeland-based MidFlorida, said the firm is issuing 12,000 new debit cards after recent fraud attempts stemming from a previous data breach at Heartland Payment Systems.

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MidFlorida issued new cards to about 5,000 of its members last year and is now sending out 12,000 new cards following recent fraud attempts on cards involved in the Heartland breach, Britt said.

The credit union has about 80,000 debit card holders.

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