your information is just as safe as the employee using it
All of them are accused of turning over (500.000) customer bank account numbers (from the 7 biggest bank of the State of New Jersey) and balance information for a profit of $10 per account. Even a state employee is accused of providing private information from state employment files.
"In some cases, the bank employees printed out entire customer computer screens and turned them over to Lembo," says Hackensack, N.J. chief of police Charles Zisa. "That information was then sold to his clients, which included more than 40 law firms and collection agencies."