Some Union First Market Bank customers are upset after learning their private account information is accessible to other customers.
Bank administrators say when online bill-pay accounts were transferred from First Market Bank to Union First Market Bank over the weekend, a bad file containing information of around 1000 customers was sent. That data is now accessible to some other customers.
8News spoke with one woman who was able to a view a Richmond business bank account. She informed the business and workers said they were planning to immediately withdraw their money. Another woman said she logged on and found a stranger’s account information.
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