Major US Banks on PSN Hack: No Mass Breach of Credit Information

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There has been a lot of worry amongst PlayStation Network users when Sony recently said every PSN account was under the danger of being compromised. Now, however, major American banks have stated that they have no knowledge of a mass breach of credit information.

Patrick Klepek called customer service representatives of both Bank of America and Chase who said they have received no information from Sony regarding a mass breach of credit card information of PlayStation Network users. Patrick said via a Twitter update:

Regarding rumors Sony may have notified banks days ahead of disclosing today’s revelations to the public, I have since contacted customer service representatives at both Bank of America and Chase. I personally have accounts at both financial firms and the representatives claimed to have received no information from Sony about a mass breach of credit information.

The PlayStation Network is expected to resume service within by Tuesday at the latest.

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3 Comments on "Major US Banks on PSN Hack: No Mass Breach of Credit Information"

  1. clearcoat April 29, 2011 at 3:33 am - Reply

    Today is the 28th

    • patrick April 29, 2011 at 4:17 am - Reply

      lmao, Reports from the future!

  2. turkabork April 30, 2011 at 12:17 am - Reply

    Different time zone?
    According to your reply for me it’s says you both commented on April 29th

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