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BANK OF AMERICA

May 23, 2005
by: jovial_cynic
It turns out that some bank employees from four different banks sold off account information to over 600,000 customers. Bank of America was one of those four banks, and who knows if my account information was included. Just to be safe, I think I'm going to terminate my relationship with Bank of America. My employer offers both an employee credit union plus a bank, and if they have free checking and access-from-anywhere ATM/debit cards, I'm gonna switch.



Ugh. How frustrating. What sense does it make to be secure with your information (to the point of shredding or burning junk mail) when our "trusted" banks can't prevent security breaches like this?
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