Security Breach In Some Union First National Bank Accounts

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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