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Japan Post Bank Halts Links with 10 Payment Services

Japan Post Bank Halts Links with 10 Payment Services

   Tokyo, Sept. 15 (Jiji Press)--Japan Post Bank <7182> has suspended allowing deposit account holders to register with and transfer money to 10 instant payment service platforms, including NTT Docomo Inc.'s <9437> "Docomo Koza" e-money service, which is at the center of recent hacks that have led to money being stolen from banks around the country.
   The banking unit of Japan Post Holdings Co. <6178> said Tuesday that fraudulent withdrawals have been newly confirmed at five instant payment platforms it has partnered with, besides Docomo Koza. Japan Post Bank is in partnerships with a total of 12 such services, including Docomo Koza.

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