The Philadelphia Federal Credit Union released this statement to ABC News:
“On July 8, PFCU officials discovered potentially fraudulent activity involving a small percentage of members’ debit cards. While this incident is not the result of an internal PFCU breach, PFCU’s security and loss prevention specialists are working diligently to determine the cause of the incident and have notified the approximately 400 members whose account information may have been compromised. PFCU has issued new debit cards to these members and will reimburse them for any fraudulent activity that may have occurred.”
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