NEW YORK (PIX11/AP) — In a digital age, when bank ATMs and tellers are becoming lonelier by the year – news of a data breach — not at a retailer, but at your bank — is truly unsettling.
Personal information for 76 million household, and six million business accounts, all compromised.
“It was a nightmare. It began the night before when I got a push alert on the Chase app on my phone, that said my password had been changed,” said Raj Goel, a tech analyst.
Apparently, some Chase customers, including PIX11 Executive Producer for Digital Rolando Pujol, may still be at risk.
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