OK: Personal data stolen in SemGroup case

Rod Walton reports:

Online banking bandits pulled thousands of dollars from the accounts of current and former SemGroup LP employees after personal information was inadvertently left on a bankruptcy court document made public last summer.

SemGroup officials said, however, that as far as they are aware, all the money was returned to the accounts and no funds have been lost.

About 60 current and former employees or creditors were affected by the account fraud, which moved as much as $10,000 from some accounts into online stock trading accounts, SemGroup spokesman Lance Ignon confirmed Tuesday.


SemGroup filed for Chapter 11 protection July 22 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Del., reporting more than $2.4 billion lost in oil futures trading margins. At the time, a creditor’s matrix including thousands of names and account information for employees, creditors and other vendors was inadvertently included in the filings

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