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CMF reports on card information leak incident

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June 11, 2019.- The Financial Market Commission (CMF) announces that it received a report in its Operational Incident Reports (RIO) box on the leakage of data of 41,593 credit and debit cards of banking and non-banking issuers corresponding to Redbanc network traffic.

The incident involved 13 institutions that, following established protocols, preemptively blocked the cards and contacted the affected customers. The Financial Market Commission continues to monitor the situation and overseeing that all necessary measures are taken to safeguard customers.

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