Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Wells Fargo computers stolen | CNET

Identity thieves may have obtained sensitive information for thousands of Wells Fargo mortgage and student loan customers, after four computers containing customer account numbers and Social Security numbers were stolen recently.

The incident occurred in mid-October, when the computers were stolen from the Atlanta office of Regulus Integrated Solutions, an outside vendor that prints the loan statements for the bank. The computers also contained customers' names and addresses.

Wells Fargo computers stolen | CNET

1 comment:

Scott said...

Yup. Its not the first time that's happened either. They're usually laptops or relationship manager terminals. There's heavy security on them, so there's a good chance we'll get them back. Its all about what happens in the mean time.