(Washington Post) The last thing you want to see when you visit your bank's Web site or app is an alert saying hackers may have stolen your information. But that is exactly what JPMorgan Chase customers will see when they look up their account online or through the bank app.
On Thursday, the country's biggest bank disclosed that hackers got a hold of names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses for 76 million households and 7 million small businesses with JPMorgan accounts. While the bank said there is no evidence that thieves obtained customers' passwords, birth dates or Social Security numbers, the thought of criminals running around with your personal information is enough to frighten anyone.
But how worried should you be?
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