"This is not a breach of First Niagara systems; our systems are secure," the bank said in a statement. "Out of an abundance of caution, we are reaching out to affected customers to notify them and to replace affected cards. No customer will incur a loss as a result of this potentially fraudulent activity."
First Niagara said it could not identify the merchant where the breach occurred, due to a confidentiality agreement.
The breach occurred in June, said
"Customers who were affected already know,"she said.
Asked about the breach's impact on
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