Thursday, 19 October 2017

Skimming warning

A CARD skimming device was found fitted to the cash machine at a Henley bank.

Several customers are believed to have had their cards cloned by the device at the NatWest bank in Market Place as bogus transactions were made later, predominately in New York.

A spokeswoman for the Royal Bank of Scotland Group, which owns NatWest, said: “We have now arranged for this machine to be protected with

anti-skimming technology.”

The bank’s fraud helpline is 0845 300 4350.

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