Bank: Skimming device responsible for fraudulent withdrawals

The bank did not say which branch the skimming device was at.

The bank did not say which branch the skimming device was at. (10/12/16)

NEW YORK - Suffolk County National Bank officials say a skimming device at one of their ATMs led to some fraudulent withdrawals over the holiday weekend.

The bank did not say which branch the skimming device was at.

There is no word yet on how many customers were affected or how much money was stolen.

The bank says customers won't be liable for the fraud.

 

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