Scots customers among 2,000 people caught up in Barclays data theft

Herald Scotland reports:

Barclays is paying around half a million pounds in compensation to 2,000 customers, including many in Scotland, after their personal data was found on a USB stick at a flat on the south coast of England.

The electronic device was found by police with a copy of information originally lost last year in the latest problem to hit the banking industry.

The bank has written to around the customers offering them £250 compensation each.

 

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