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Virginia Credit Union finds evidence of skimming at third ATM

2015/06/04

Richmond Times-Dispatch - (Virginia) Virginia Credit Union officials reported June 4 the discovery of a third debit-card skimming device on an ATM at its Chester, Virginia branch, bringing the total number of replacement cards being issued to 2,800. ATM skimmers were previously discovered at its Southpark and Glenside branches, and the bank said it disrupted another skimming attempt at its Hanover branch.

Source: http://www.richmond.com/business/local/article_64fed68c-c9e3-5577-96e9-794ff46c3d99.html

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