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TCM Bank Leaked its Customer Data for 16 months

Paying attention to notices from Banks and Credit Card Issuer is very important. This is how you may find out if you personal data has been stolen. It is critical to take action early, to avoid serious problems like identity theft or new accounts opened in your name.

Credit Card Issuer TCM Bank Leaked Applicant Data For 16 Months

TCM Bank, a company that helps more than 750 small and community U.S. banks issue credit cards to their account holders, said a Web site misconfiguration exposed the names, addresses, dates of birth and Social Security numbers of thousands of people who applied for cards between early March 2017 and mid-July 2018. TCM is a subsidiary of Washington, D.C.-based ICBA Bancard Inc., which helps community banks provide a credit card option to their customers using bank-branded cards. In a letter being mailed to affected customers today, TCM said the information exposed was data that card applicants uploaded to a Web site managed by a third party vendor. TCM said it learned of the issue on July 16, 2018, and had the problem fixed by the following day.”

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