Citi had had previously said that the data breach had exposed 360,083 bank accounts, revealing names, account numbers and email addresses of customers. Citi said other sensitive information including social security numbers, dates of birth, card expiration dates and card security codes had not been exposed.
However, it now appears that customers did suffer financial losses. A Citi spokesperson said he could not comment on how the money had been stolen, but that the breach itself had not contributed any information that was sufficient to perpetrate fraud.
Citi has said before that customers will not be liable for any fraud on their accounts and are "100% protected".Citi has come under attack
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