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18.11 M. Yen Stolen from Japan Post Bank Accounts in Hacks

18.11 M. Yen Stolen from Japan Post Bank Accounts in Hacks

   Tokyo, Sept. 16 (Jiji Press)--Japan Post Bank <7182> said Wednesday that a total of 18.11 million yen in deposits was fraudulently withdrawn from customer accounts in 109 cases through cashless payment services run by partner companies.
   Of the total, 15.46 million yen in 82 cases was stolen through the "Docomo Koza" service of major mobile phone carrier NTT Docomo Inc. <9437>, the bank said.

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