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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — About 500 credit card accounts with a Topeka-based bank have been compromised.
580 AM Radio reports that CoreFirst Bank and Trust says about 500 of its customers’ credit cards have been fraudulently used at a local business.
CoreFirst Bank would not identify the business or how the breach may have occurred. CoreFirst Bank has banks in Kansas and Colorado.
One customer says her card was being run in a different state, and that authorities caught the transaction in time and canceled the card.