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Dan V

From your information, I suspect the card data was skimmed from the ATM.



DV: That may well be true. Another potentially relevant data point in light of what you said. The first two debit cards that were mailed to me had very strange problems. The first one was activated over the phone but got rejected at the bank ATM. The second one could not be activated over the phone, and the problem was later "fixed" at the branch.

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