Scotiabank Jamaica says it’s looking to introduce additional security arrangements at its automated teller machines, ATMs, to stem the actions of fraudsters targeting its customers.

A number of Scotiabank customers have reported to the police that their accounts are being accessed by criminals.

It’s been reported that victims have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars.

CEO of Scotia Group Jamaica, Jacqueline Sharpe, says they’ve been receiving reports.

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Mrs. Sharpe says they’re investigating the reports as they move to increase security.

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