Manhattan Seashore police have been asking prospects who may have used a Bank of America ATM on or after Saturday, July 18, to confirm their bank accounts for doable fraudulent train after a skimming system was found on one among many machines this week, authorities talked about.
Officers have been often known as to the bank, at 3016 N. Sepulveda Blvd. merely north of 30th Street, sooner than 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 21, after the system was found by an ATM service technician, police talked about.
The technician knowledgeable police he was notified that the ATM had stopped working about 10 p.m. Monday and talked about it had closing been serviced Saturday, police talked about.
It wasn’t immediately recognized exactly when the skimming system was positioned on the ATM, nor was it specified which of the bank’s three outdoors ATMs had the skimming system.
Police have been asking anyone who discovers fraudulent train on their account on account of visiting the ATM between Saturday and Tuesday to call the Manhattan Seashore Police Division at 310-545-4566.