Bank warns customers of data breach involving Chicago Taxis

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First American Bank is warning its customers not to pay for Chicago taxi rides with their bank cards.

Crain’s Chicago Business reported the bank found fraudulent transactions on debit cards after customers used them to pay for rides.

There were data breaches on cards used in American, United, Checker and Yellow Cabs.

Thieves made almost 500 charges, totaling more than $62,000.

Those customers are going to receive new cards.

First American has filed complaints with the city of Chicago and Mastercard.

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