BoI to refund phishing victims

Wednesday, 6 September 2006, 11:32 AM EST

Bank of Ireland has agreed to compensate victims of a recent phishing scam, backtracking from its earlier position.

The bank had initially refused to refund victims, who lost about Ä160,000 to scammers after receiving the fake emails. However, reports in the Irish Independent on Tuesday indicate that the bank has since had a change of heart.

At The Register.

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