RBC Centura warns 10,000 in security breach

Tuesday, 5 July 2005, 2:50 AM EST

RBC Centura has notified 10,000 customers in five states that their credit and debit card numbers were among those stolen when computer hackers penetrated a credit card processing company.

So far, a bank spokeswoman says, 40 customers have reported suspected fraudulent withdrawals from their accounts. "We are telling them that they won't be held responsible (for the transactions)," says Kristen Doherty.

By Lee Weisbecker at MSNBC.

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