Bank Employee Attacks Hundreds of Accounts, Sells Customers’ Payment and Personal Data in Insider Scheme: US Justice Department

Bank Employee Attacks Hundreds of Accounts, Sells Customers’ Payment and Personal Data in Insider Scheme: US Justice Department


An employee at a US bank repeatedly stole and sold customer data in a lucrative insider scheme, according to the US Justice Department.

The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania says it’s indicting California resident Kalien Frazier with six counts of wire fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft.

Prosecutors say from March 30th, 2022 to August 30th 2023, Frazier used his role as a customer service representative at an unnamed FDIC-insured bank to collect sensitive client data including account details, debit card details, card verification value (CVV) and personal identifying information.

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Frazier allegedly asked customers to provide confidential data even in situations when she was not required by the bank to do so.

After collecting customer data, Frazier purportedly

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