Bank Muscat says prepaid travel cards compromised
- Oman: Tuesday, February 26 - 2013 at 03:23
Oman's biggest lender, Bank Muscat, has said that 12 of its prepaid travel cards had been compromised outside the sultanate on February 20, Muscat Daily has reported. The total value of transactions on the cards reached OR15m, the bank said. "No customer has suffered any financial loss and credit or debit cards issued by bank have not been affected," the bank said in a disclosure to the Muscat Securities Market (MSM). "The bank is working with all stakeholders to further investigate and establish any losses arising from these transactions," it said.
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