BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Secret Service in Buffalo says KeyBank is not the only bank whose credit and debit cards are being compromised by criminals.
KeyBank has been saying all along the problem is not with its database, and that customers from other banks have been victimized.
Secret Service Special Agent-in-Charge Tracy Gast explained why local police investigators first suspected that only KeyBank customers were victimized, saying, "We know there's been a lot of activity and interest from KeyBank, but KeyBank has asked their card holders to make local police reports. We believe that there could be other activities associated with other banks as well."
The Buffalo Secret Service Office is trying to determine if this case involving the fraudulent use of credit and debit card numbers has spread to other upstate areas.
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